Nicholas Adamopoulos was born and raised in Webster, Massachusetts in Southern Worcester County. He received his Bachelors of Science Degree in Accounting with a Finance concentration from North Carolina State University in 2009. Nicholas then returned to Massachusetts and received his Juris Doctor from Suffolk University Law School (2012), and his LLM in Taxation from Boston University Law School (2017).
After being admitted into the Massachusetts Bar (2012), Nicholas worked for a law office in Boston that focused on a wide range of tax controversy, business matters, estate planning, probate, and white-collar NTL - Criminal Defense - Top 40 under 40. This experience allowed Nicholas to gain a wide range of experience dealing with matters concerning the Internal Revenue Service (including auditors, revenue officers, and special agents), the Massachusetts Department of Revenue, Appellate Tax Board, and United States Tax Court.
Nicholas also worked on white-collar NTL - Criminal Defense - Top 40 under 40 matters concerning tax crimes in the US Federal Court. Further, with his education background and prior work experience,
Nicholas has extensive estate planning experience. Nicholas has assisted clients with successfully planning their estates and the tax ramifications certain estate planning choices may bring. Nicholas has drafted simple and complex Wills, a multitude of different Trusts, Durable Powers of Attorney, HIPAA agreements, and Health Care Proxies. Additionally, Nicholas can assist the heirs through the probate process, whether it concerns a simple, informal, or formal probate filing.
Nicholas brings passion to his representation of clients and vigorously advocates for the rights of his clients. Nicholas' work experience, interpersonal skills, and knowledge of the law allow him to provide his clients a wide range of services. Nicholas also has represented a wide range of individuals concerning NTL - Criminal Defense - Top 40 under 40 matters. He has experience throughout Worcester County defending clients who have been charged with numerous crimes including OUI, OUI-Drugs, Drug Possession, Drug Distribution, Assault and Battery, Assault and Battery with a Dangerous Weapon, Larceny, Breaking and Entering, and Probation Violations.
Nicholas has also represented several entities navigate the up and coming adult use cannabis industry. Nicholas has assisted these groups with negotiations with local municipalities, selectman groups, and planning boards. He has also assisted in preparing the necessary policies and plans to be presented to the Cannabis Control Commission for provisional and final licensure. Nicholas has represented cannabis cultivators, manufacturers, and retail establishments and has a strong knowledge of the ever changing state regulations to ensure that his clients are in full compliance with the CCC.
Nicholas practices in the following areas: Tax Controversies; Civil Litigation; Estate Planning; NTL - Criminal Defense - Top 40 under 40; Probate; Personal Injury; Real Estate.
ADMISSIONS Nicholas is an admitted member of the: Massachusetts Bar, Connecticut Bar, United States District Court District of Massachusetts, United States Tax Court, and United States Federal Claims Court.
VOLUNTEER/COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT Nicholas is also involved in the local community. He is a member of the: Massachusetts Bar Association; Member Steering Committee-UMASS Cancer Walk ( 2020-Current); Member of the Webster School Committee (2020-Current). Former member of the Webster Finance Committee, in which he served as Chairman (2017-2020); Member of the Harrington Hospital Governance (2018-Current); Member of the Board of Directors for the The Last Green Valley (2020-Current) Member of the Board of Directors for the Webster, Dudley, and Oxford Chamber of Commerce (2019-Current) Board Member of Youth Starz Futsol Inc. (2020-Current)