Paul R. Mordarski
Paul R. Mordarski is a partner at Morrissey, Hawkins & Lynch and is licensed to practice law in both Massachusetts and Connecticut.
Over the past twenty-five years, Paul has concentrated his legal practice primarily in the areas of construction litigation, commercial litigation, business law, estate law, and probate litigation. Paul has tried both jury and non-jury cases before state and federal courts, and possesses extensive experience representing clients in private arbitrations, mediations, and alternative forms of dispute resolution. In the non-adversarial context, Paul represents entrepreneurs as well as existing businesses large and small, providing guidance and legal counsel on best practices in entity selection and formation, legal compliance, business operations, formation, and planning. In addition to business planning, Paul also assists clients in personal and family estate planning. Paul serves as a professional fiduciary in addition to advising non-professional fiduciaries on the administration of trusts and estates.
Paul also has considerable experience working on behalf of non-profit organizations. He is general counsel and former board member of the Joe Andruzzi Foundation—a charitable foundation serving to afford financial assistance to those families affected with a cancer diagnosis. He has also general counsel and former board member of Medically Induced Trauma Support Services, Inc., a patient-founded charitable organization devoted to promoting mutual empathy, compassion and understanding aimed at helping to reconcile patients, families, medical professionals and institutions in the wake of adverse medical events.
Paul received his law degree from New England School of Law in 1992, graduating cum laude and earning the New England Scholar Award for superior academic achievement. He obtained Bachelor of Science degrees in both Physics and Mathematics from Boston College in 1989.
Paul and his wife, Kalana, reside in Mansfield, Massachusetts, with their four children. Paul formerly served for many years as a member of the town’s recreation commission and volunteers both as a coach and as an officer, director, and/or legal counsel for multiple local youth sports organizations.