Christopher Sharry


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Christopher Sharry

Sharry & Monfette, LLP

51 Pullman Street
Worcester, MA 01606
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Christopher R. (Chris) Sharry was born and raised in Worcester, Massachusetts. He received a M.A. from Anna Maria College and his law degree from New England Law in Boston, Massachusetts. Before entering private practice, Chris worked as an Assistant District Attorney with the Worcester County District Attorney’s Office.

Chris and his wife Jennifer, a Registered Nurse, live in Oxford with their daughter and two sons. Chris’s older son was born with a complex congenital heart defect, and his youngest son was diagnosed at age two with Autism. As a result, Chris understands the impact raising a child with special needs can have on a family, both legally and financially.

Chris’s practice is now devoted to helping families with special needs planning, in addition to estate planning, elder law and Social Security Disability. Chris is also a licensed investment advisor representative, which gives him the unique ability to assist families with both legal and financial special needs planning.

Chris serves on the advisory board at the Autism Resource Central in Worcester, Massachusetts. He also volunteers with Community Legal Aid in Worcester, Massachusetts.

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