Thomas J. Frain | Managing Attorney

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Thomas J. Frain

Thomas specializes in domestic relations, real estate, civil litigation, business law and estate planning. Tom also has handled numerous matters related to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Prior to starting this law practice, he served as a Staff Attorney for the Boston Stock Exchange and also worked in a mid-size corporate practice in downtown Boston. Tom is a graduate of New England School of Law in Boston and Worcester State College. Before attending law school, Thomas worked as a money market and fixed income securities trader for two Boston-based financial institutions. He has also taught U.S. Constitutional Law.

Thomas is President of COFAR, INC., a state – wide family based advocacy organization for persons with intellectual disabilities and has served on numerous other volunteer and charity boards, including Catholic Charities, Worcester Art Museum, and The Fernald Corporation. In November 2015, Tom was elected to the Town of Bolton Board of Selectmen.


Frank Bonanni | Senior Associate and Legal Counsel

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Frank Bonanni

Frank brings a wide array of legal experience and specialties to his work at Frain & Associates. With a background that encompasses both the public and private sectors, he adds a unique balance to the firm’s offerings. In 1994 after graduating from New England School of Law, Frank first went to work for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. After three years with the Commonwealth, Frank entered private practice and never looked back.

Licensed to practice law in Massachusetts Courts, as well as the Federal District Court for Massachusetts and the First Circuit Court of Appeals, Frank has represented a broad range of businesses and individuals over the years. Frank’s areas of specialty include: family law; personal injury; contract disputes; administrative law; liquor licensing; and restaurant law.


Alex Hahn | Of Counsel

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Alex Hahn

Alex Hahn has been practicing law since 1997. His client caseload takes him to courtrooms throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, where he principally focuses on commercial litigation. His clients range from contractors to photography studios with a strong emphasis on representing small businesses.

Alex has been an instructor for 10 years with Boston University’s Paralegal Certificate Program, where he teaches Legal Technologies and Probate Law. He is also an accomplished musician and author, having released several alternative music albums and authoring Possessed: The Rise and Fall of Prince (2003), a biography published in the United States and Germany.