Since his admission to the Bar in 1998, Mr. Sheehan has focused his practice on trusts and estates. He began practicing in the Connecticut office of a small Manhattan tier one trusts and
estates boutique, next he joined a large national firm to assist with its multinational practice, then moved his practice to the Boston office of a large regional firm in order to expand the reach of
his practice and then joined a Boston based firm as an equity partner. He joined Tarlow, Breed, Hart and Rodgers, P.C. as a partner in 2016, drawn to its collegial atmosphere and its personal
approach to private client services.
In addition to his traditional trusts and estates practice, Mr. Sheehan is frequently engaged in international planning and administration, asset protection planning, business succession planning,
fiduciary litigation and tax controversy work before federal, state and municipal taxing authorities. He represents individuals, families, estates, trusts and business entities, including
doctors, business owners, executives, finance professionals, professors and attorneys. Mr. Sheehan is proud to include among his clientele a number of his former partners.
Mr. Sheehan graduated from Providence College in 1993, from Roger Williams University School of Law in 1997 and from the Graduate Tax Program at Boston University School of Law in 1998. He is admitted to practice in the States of Connecticut, Massachusetts and New York, and before the United States Tax Court.