On November 26, 2009, Denise Rockett’s husband, J. Hilary Rockett passed away. In his Will Hilary specifically named his wife as the Executrix of his estate. Additionally, Nigro and Edward J. Rockett, Hilary’s brother, had been assigned as Co-Trustees, and Attorney Nigro was “directed” to assist Denise with the administration of the estate after Hilary’s death. The evening before Hilary passed Nigro came to Denise’s home and “directed” her to sign several papers as Power of Attorney for Hilary. Denise claims “I had no idea that by signing these papers I would be deprived of any control over our properties.” The papers in question transferred Hilary’s personal ownership of his various LLC’s to his Trust.
According to Denise after Hilary passed away East Boston Savings Bank requested that she co-sign a loan which had been previously granted for three of “their” properties. Denise alleges Nigro would not let her sign and he told her he would temporarily name her son as manager to co-sign the loan. This change was allegedly supposed to be temporary in order to satisfy the bank, but she was never renamed as the manager.
Denise also claims she did not receive any money from her husband’s Trust from March 2011 to January 2013. According to the ...
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...mpt to gain control of her husband’s Trust and estate. I am not sure how we could prove/disprove that she did not understand the meaning of papers that Nigro asked her to sign the evening before her husband’s death. She seems to be fairly competent in her complaint. If we decided to pursue this investigation we could potentially prove/disprove whether she received money quarterly from the estate by requesting that Nigro provide us with the information that was given to her attorney. Lastly, I suppose we could also follow up with Nigro as to who he thinks the helpful family member was that assisted Denise in becoming the Registered Agent and Manager.
RESPONDENT’S HISTORY WITH OFFICE OF BAR COUNSEL
The respondent has two pending cases (including this case) and doesn’t have any disposed cases. Nigro has had a total of 15 ACAP calls (one made in reference to this case).
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