Bernard A. Jackvony
Bernard A. Jackvony
Bernard A. Jackvony is Of Counsel with Pannone Lopes Devereaux & O'Gara LLC and a nationally recognized fiduciary litigator. Attorney Jackvony concentrates his practice in the areas of trusts and estates including litigation, administration and planning for individuals, families, fiduciaries and charitable organizations. He has represented clients in fiduciary litigation in Rhode Island, Florida, New Jersey, California, New York, Massachusetts and Oklahoma. Mr. Jackvony served the citizens of Rhode Island as Lieutenant Governor in the late 1990s.
With a strong commitment to advancing the quality of life for others, Mr. Jackvony devotes a considerable amount of his time and resources to helping many nonprofit organizations. He is a Board Member and Trustee of the Oncology Nursing Society Foundation, American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, Inc. (ACS CAN), and the American Cancer Society New England Division, Inc.
Attorney Jackvony earned his J.D. from Suffolk University, his master's degree in taxation from Boston University and his undergraduate degree in accounting from Bryant University. He served as a member of the Board of Trustees at Bryant University for nine years and has assisted the university in its transition to a fully accredited international business school. Mr. Jackvony served as a Captain in the United States Marine Corps from 1970 to 1973. He is admitted to practice law in Rhode Island and Florida.
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