James A. Marsh earned his Bachelor of Arts degree, graduating Cum Laudi from Curry College. He received his Master’s degree in Business Administration from Suffolk University and his Juris Doctroate from Suffolk Law School being admitted to the Mass. Bar in 1977. He was research director for a large retailing organization before beginning his career in law. From 1977 to 1989 he was engaged in private practices in Stoughton and Quincy. His practice at that time was predominately in the criminal law and estate planning fields. In 1989 he and Mr. McGrath established the firm of McGrath & Marsh. He now concentrates a substantial part to the planning and probating of estates and in the field of Elder Law and Medicaid entitlements. An experienced criminal attorney Mr. Marsh’s consults with and represents clients (both adult and juvenile) on such charges as driving while intoxicated (OUI), domestic abuse (restraining order violation), drug law violations and motor vehicle violations. He represents and advises profit and non-profit organizations. He and Mr. McGrath both provide services for businesses through incorporation, LLC, LLP, partnerships, and sole proprietorships. They also handle personal injuries matters, real estate transactions, and bankruptcies.
Mr. Marsh is licensed to practice before the United States District court of Massachusetts. His professional associations include the Boston Bar Association, the Norfolk County Bar Association, and the Mass. Bar Association. Mr. Marsh served as president of the Randolph Lion’s Club, chairman of the board for Old Colony Hospice and is a member of the Board of Directors for the United Way of Greater Plymouth County. Mr. Marsh served with the United States Marine Corps in Vietnam earning an honorable discharge in 1968