Attorney Charles N. ("Charlie") Gallo works primarily in the areas of estate planning, elder law,
and probate. He is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts, and represents clients
throughout the Commonwealth.
Legal services provided by Attorney Gallo include:
Preparation of wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and health care
proxies for clients of all ages;
Protection of homes and savings against the costs of
nursing home care;
Probate of wills and estates following the death of a
Representation in guardianship and conservatorship
Nominations of guardians for clients with minor
Estate planning for children and adults with special
needs or disabilities;
And other legal services.
Attorney Gallo founded Gallo Law Office in 2014 in his hometown of Lynn, Massachusetts. Prior
to founding Gallo Law Office, he worked as an estate planning, elder law, and probate attorney
for law offices located in Boston and Andover, Massachusetts.
Attorney Gallo earned his law degree and passed the Massachusetts Bar Exam in 2009. He is a
graduate of Suffolk University Law School, which he attended at night while working as a
paralegal during the day.
Attorney Gallo is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, an association of
attorneys dedicated to improving the quality of legal services provided to people as they age.
He is also a member of the Bar Associations of Greater Lynn and Essex County.
Attorney Gallo co-authored Special Needs Trusts for Persons Under Guardianship or
Conservatorship, a 2011 Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) publication. He also
served as a faculty member at the MCLE seminar on the same topic.
Apart from his legal work, Attorney Gallo has taught college courses as an instructor at North
Shore Community College. In addition, Attorney Gallo is a longtime corporate officer for a non-
profit organization that has served thousands of senior citizens and disabled individuals
Active in the community, Attorney Gallo has served on the Lynn School Committee, the Lynn
Zoning Board of Appeals, the Lynn Citizens Advisory Board for Community Development, and
numerous boards of directors.