OUR Attorneys

Attorney Vincent Pusateri, Sr. graduated from Clark University in 1955 with a bachelor's degree in business administration. After serving jury duty at the Worcester Superior Court, he attended Suffolk University Law School, graduating in 1969. He passed the Massachusetts bar exam and began providing legal services to the residents and business owners in Fitchburg, Massachusetts. His legal career included a term as President of the Northern Worcester County Bar Association and two terms as a member of the Executive Committee of the Worcester County Bar Association. In 1991 he was conferred the Distinguished Attorney award by the St. Thomas More Society. He became a member of the Massachusetts Trial Lawyers Association on June 10, 1970 and was admitted to the bar of the United States District Court on January 18, 1971. He has represented the interests of his clients in every court in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He is the managing partner at Pusateri & Wilson P.C., a member of the Worcester County, Northern Worcester County and Massachusetts Bar Associations and continues to practice in all fields of law, focusing primarily on family law issues and probate litigation.

Attorney Sylvia L. Pusateri graduated from Henry Heywood Hospital School of Nursing in 1965 and practiced in the field of nursing for many years. She continued her education at Anna Maria College and in 1978 graduated with double bachelor's degrees in Health and in Psychology. She attended Suffolk University Law School, graduating in 1987. She began practicing law with Vincent Pusateri, Sr. in 1987 focusing in the areas of personal injury law, workers compensation, social security disability, estate planning and estate administration. She was admitted to the bar of the United States District Court in 1988. She has done extensive volunteer work for many charitable organizations. Notably, as a member of the Diocesan Review Board for the Diocese of Worcester she served as an advisor to three Bishops over a period of fifteen years, with three years as chairman. She was the 2004 recipient of the Distinguished Attorney Award presented by the St. Thomas More Society. She is a member of the Board of Directors for Catholic Charities of Worcester County serving as its president from 2007 through 2014. She is also a member of the Worcester County, Northern Worcester County and Massachusetts Bar Associations.

Attorney Vincent Pusateri, II graduated in 1992 from Assumption College in Worcester with a bachelor's degree in political science. From 1994 to 1997 he attended Southern New England School of Law graduating cum laude. He passed the Massachusetts bar exam in 1997 and joined the firm of Pusateri & Pusateri where he became and remains an advocate for clients in almost every court in Massachusetts. He was admitted to practice in the United States District Court in September 2000. He has been appointed by various Probate and Family Court judges to investigate matters before the court. He practices in areas of law including family law, estate and trust litigation, civil litigation, construction disputes, municipal, licensing, business organization and litigation, and criminal defense. He is a member of the City of Fitchburg Zoning Board of Appeals, initially appointed by Mayor Daniel Mylott on April 17, 2002, and served as its chairman for fiscal years 2005 through 2008. He was appointed to the License Commission for the City of Fitchburg by Mayor Lisa Wong in 2013. Mayor Wong then appointed him as Chairman of the License Commission in December 2014. On January 4, 2016 he was appointed as the city solicitor for the City of Fitchburg by Mayor Stephen L. DiNatale. The position allows him to still represent private clients. He is also a member of the Worcester County, Northern Worcester County and Massachusetts Bar Associations.

Attorney Gina M. Wilson graduated cum laude from Boston Colleges School of Arts and Sciences in 1989 with a bachelor's degree in Psychology. She began attending Western New England College School of Law in 1999, maintained an academic scholarship and graduated cum laude in 2003. She passed the Massachusetts bar exam in December of that year and joined the firm of Pusateri & Wilson P.C. as an attorney focusing in the areas of estate planning, estate administration, real estate, and landlord/tenant and other housing matters. She was admitted practice in the United States District Court in 2014. She is a member of the Worcester County, Northern Worcester County, Massachusetts Bar Associations and served on the Executive Committee of the Worcester County Bar Association. Attorney Wilson is currently President of the Worcester County Bar Association.

Attorney Robin M. Brasili graduated from Mount Holyoke College in 1996 with a bachelor's degree in Politics and Sociology. She received her Master's Degree from Wheelock College in 2000 in Leadership and Policy in Early Care and Education. In 2001, she decided to go to law school and received her Juris Doctor from Suffolk University Law School in 2004. After completing law school, she joined a family law firm in Woburn. She was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in December 2004 and to the New Hampshire Bar in May 2006. In the fall of 2006, she worked for the re-election campaign for New Hampshire Governor John Lynch as the call time manager and finance assistant. In December 2006, Robin joined a firm in Nashua, NH as an associate focusing on real estate law in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Attorney Brasili was also admitted to the federal bar for the US District Court in Massachusetts and New Hampshire in 2007. In December 2014, Robin joined Pusateri & Wilson as an associate focusing on real estate law.

Attorney Christine M. Tree graduated from the College of the Holy Cross in 1992 with a bachelor's degree in economics. She received her Juris Doctorate from the Columbus School of Law at Catholic University in Washington, D.C., where she earned the Dean's Award and the American Jurisprudence Award in Future Interests and Fiduciary Administration. She was admitted to both the Maryland and Massachusetts Bars in 1995, and was a solo practitioner in Fitchburg for nearly twenty years before joining the firm in July of 2015. As a solo practitioner, Attorney Tree counseled families at Headstart and volunteered for her local United Way. A member of the National and Massachusetts chapters of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys since 2000, Attorney Tree has lectured other attorneys on elder law, estate planning and probate issues at Massachusetts NAELA meetings and at the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education institute; she has been interviewed by Mass Lawyers Weekly on guardianship issues; and she is a co-author of the "Financing Rest Home Care" chapter of Estate Planning for the Aging or Incapacitated Client in Massachusetts. Attorney Tree handles all aspects of estate planning, tax planning and elder law, including wills, trusts, powers of attorney, health care proxies, asset protection, estate tax planning, Mass-health applications, guardianship, conservator-ships, probate administration and probate litigation. Attorney Tree is also admitted to the federal bar for the U.S. District of Massachusetts, and is a member of the Worcester County Bar Association.

HON. EDWARD J. REYNOLDS, RET., concentrates in personal injury, auto accidents, premise liability, property loss, business disputes, construction (residential and commercial) and other select civil matters. Judge Reynolds served for 14 years as a Justice of the Massachusetts Trial Court. During his service as a Judge he presided over hundreds of civil cases, including; Personal Injury and Property Loss Claims, Commercial and Residential Real Estate Construction Claims, Consumer Complaints, Environmental Violations, and Business and Commercial Disputes. Judge Reynolds, while on the bench, earned a reputation for his discretion, integrity and ability to sort out complex civil law cases, and was also known for his skill in getting the opposing sides in those cases to settle without trial. When civil cases required a trial, Judge Reynolds gained the respect of both sides for his decisions and findings that were known to be fair and based upon the evidence and law. Prior to his appointment to the court, Judge Reynolds practiced law in Worcester County for 30 years, initially with the law firm of Fletcher, Tilton & Whipple in Worcester, and 20 years as the Senior Partner at Gelinas, Ward & Reynolds in Fitchburg. Judge Reynolds' law practice provided services to clients in all areas of civil claims, which included such matters involving personal injuries, business and commercial transactions, real estate disputes and employment claims. These matters required hearings before governmental agency tribunals and trials in the Massachusetts and Federal Courts. Following his retirement from the Trial Court, Judge Reynolds resumed his practice of law, serving as Of Counsel with the Law Office of Ward, Walsh & Rice, P.C. of Fitchburg. In addition to his extensive background as a Judge and trial lawyer, Judge Reynolds serves as a Master Arbitrator and Guardian ad litem in the Worcester, Hampshire and Franklin Superior Courts.