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Attorney Profile - Cristina M. Ianello


Bar Admissions
  Commonwealth of Massachusetts

  United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts

  Western New England College School of Law
- Juris Doctor, May 2002
  Western New England College
- Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, May 1999

Attorney Cristina M. Ianello worked in Boston for the Massachusetts Division of Banks as a Bank Examiner where she evaluated and determined various institutions' lending practices.  She then moved to private practice and worked for two firms in the Boston Area.  Attorney Ianello eventually opened her own law practice in Western Massachusetts.  She has practiced real estate for over six years all across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.  Attorney Ianello  also handles jury trials, bench trials, and hearings on various motions in criminal proceedings.  She has drafted Wills, Powers of Attorney, and Health Care Proxies for her clients of many ages and various situations.  In addition, Attorney Ianello has been successful in achieving favorable decisions for her social security disability clients.

Professional Affiliations
  Hampden County Bar Association, Member of the Board of Directors

Hampden County Bar Association, Member
  Hampden County Bar Association Real Estate Section, Member
  Hampden County Bar Association Criminal Law Section, Member
  Hampden County Bar Association Solo and Small Firm Section, Member
  Western New England University School of Law Alumni Association, Member of the Board of         Directors
  Connecticut Attorney's Title Insurance Company, Agent
  Hampden County Lawyers for Justice, Inc., Member



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