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Kenneth F. McGunagle, Jr.

Ken primarily concentrates his practice in the areas of commercial real estate and commercial lending, residential real estate, estate planning and estate administration. After graduating Magna Cum Laude from Providence College in 1981, Ken earned a law degree from the Boston University School of Law. Upon receipt of his law degree, Ken formed McGunagle Law Office in 1985. Attorney McGunagle served as a member of the Cranston City Council from 1987 through 1995.

Ken served as a delegate to the Constitutional Convention of the State of Rhode Island, chairing its Committee on Local Government. He is a past president of the ALS Association, Rhode Island Chapter, and has served as a trustee on its national board of directors. Ken is called upon to serve as lender's counsel to the Rhode Island Housing and Mortgage Finance Corporation, which provides financing for low and moderate income and multi-family housing as well as assisted living facilities.

Edward P. Reidy

"Ted's" practice concentrates mainly in the areas of residential and commercial real estate transactions, land use matters and estate planning and administration. Ted is a graduate of Providence College and The Catholic University of America School of Law. In addition to his extensive real estate experience, Ted has counseled clients on estate planning for estates of all sizes during his employment with the Bank of Boston Trust Department. He then worked several years for a Warwick law firm that focused on litigation. In 1993, he formed McGunagle & Reidy, Ltd. with Attorney Kenneth F. McGunagle, Jr.

Ted is admitted to practice before both the Rhode Island and Federal Courts systems. He is actively involved with the Rhode Island Association of Realtors and with the Greater Providence and Kent-Washington Boards of Realtors. He is licensed by the Rhode Island Department of Business Regulation to instruct continuing education for realtor licensure.

Ted serves as Chairman of the Groden Center Human Rights Committee and is involved with the advocacy of the rights of the mentally ill, particularly individuals with autism.

Richard F. Hentz

Richard's practice focuses on providing legal counsel to business organizations, commercial lending, real estate, commercial transactions, and estate planning. A native of Massachusetts, Richard earned his undergraduate degree from the University of New Hampshire. He lived in Washington, D.C. for three years while working for a multinational corporation. Upon returning to New England, Richard earned his law degree from Vermont Law School, and continued his legal education through a clerkship with the Vermont Supreme Court. Richard settled in Rhode Island in 2000, and he gained experience in the areas of litigation, general corporate law, commercial transactions, healthcare law and real estate transactions before joining McGunagle & Reidy, Ltd.