Jason Ebacher

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Jason Ebacher

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110 Haverhill Road
Suite 507
Amesbury, MA 01913
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Jason earned his B.S. in Psychology/Criminal Justice from Endicott College in 1997, a M.A. in Criminal Justice from the University of Massachusetts-Lowell in 2000, a J.D. from the Massachusetts School of Law in 2005 and is a certified mediator.

Jason is a member of the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Trust & Estate Section and the Massachusetts State Bar. He is also a member of Elder Counsel, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys,  Amesbury, Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce, and a volunteer estate planning attorney for Veterans Legal Services. 

Prior to practicing law, Jason worked for the Essex County Sheriff’s Department for 20 years as a Correctional Officer, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain and Assistant Superintendent. As a Captain and Assistant Superintendent, he had the pleasure to serve as the director of a senior citizen safety and awareness program called TRIAD. While working closely with local senior centers, police departments, and senior citizens to create and maintain safety and awareness programs, Jason also conducted numerous legal presentations on the following topics: elder law, estate planning, the importance of having a power of attorney/health care proxy, elder abuse, senior bullying, identity theft, advertising scams targeting senior citizens, the Massachusetts Home Improvement Contractor Statute and the Massachusetts Homestead Act.

In addition to his legal and law enforcement experience, Jason has taught numerous legal studies, criminal justice, psychology and sociology courses, as an adjunct professor, at Endicott College, Colby-Sawyer College, Hesser College, Mount Washington College, and Southern New Hampshire University. 

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