Bridgette has been with Monteforte Law since November 2022. As the Associate Attorney, her main job is to conduct Strategic Planning Sessions with potential clients and draft review meetings. She also is responsible for drafting, reviewing, and editing estate planning documents. Another main part of Bridgette's job is completing MassHealth Medicaid applications, handling appeals, and assisting with the probate process.
Favorite Part of Her Job
Bridgette's favorite part about her job as Associate Attorney is being trusted by clients to help them reach their goals or to solve an issue. Some people come to our office with uncertainty, fears, and/or grief, and knowing they chose us to be part of a solution is something she is passionate about.
A fun fact about Bridgette is that she has traveled to some cool places. Her favorite was Paris, France, which is no surprise! She really enjoyed the architecture and history of it, which is like no other. Also, after seeing the Eiffel Tower in pictures and movies, seeing it in person was an unexplainable feeling. Especially at night when they turn the lights on, which she says was magical. She also lived in Galway, Ireland for two months while studying abroad. During this time, she explored Ireland and other nearby countries. The coolest part of that experience was that one of her classes was taught by the Late Justice Scalia!
While Bridgette loves to travel, she also spends her free time watching her favorite TV show, Game of Thrones. She enjoys watching Game of Thrones because it has a little bit of everything: comedy, action, horror, and romance. The character development was also very well depicted, which she loved. Oh and the dragons, duh!
Another interesting fact about her is that she went skydiving in Cape Cod when she turned 22. Although she would never do it again, she's glad she got to experience it!
Bridgette attended Somerville High School and went on to Bay Path University with a major in Legal Studies and a minor in Psychology. She then attended law school at New England Law.