About Attorney Kovacs
Attorney Robert Kovacs was born and raised in Worcester County. He holds a bachelors degree from Fairfield University and a law degree from The Thomas M. Cooley Law School.
Attorney Kovacs handles consumer bankruptcy matters. He believes that everyone is entitled to a fresh start and the opportunity to get their finances back in order.
Attorney Kovacs is licensed to practice law in the Massachusetts State Courts and the Massachusetts Federal District Courts.
Attorney Kovacs provides pro bono legal services through Legal Assistance Corporation of Central Massachusetts. On a monthly basis, attorney Kovacs visits a Worcester County homeless shelter to provide legal assistance to the shelter’s residence. Additionally, attorney Kovacs handles select cases on a pro bono basis.
The Thomas M. Cooley Law School
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
United States Tax Court
Federal District Court, District of Massachusetts
Pro Bono Activities and Associations:
Legal Assistance Corporation of Central Massachusetts
Volunteer Lawyers Service Project
National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
Worcester County Bar Association
Section on Poor and Homelessness
Massachusetts Bar Association
Counsel Member, Small and Sole Firm Division
American Bar Association
Business Law Section
Contact attorney Robert Kovacs today for a free case evaluation.