Gruber & Tripp, LLC
is a general practice law firm with its principal office in Greenfield, Massachusetts, established in 1976. From 1978 – 1999, Gary was in a partnership with Ellis Landset, practicing under the name of Gruber and Landset. Since February, 1999, Gary has continued the practice as a sole proprietorship. Attorney Nathaniel (Nate) A. Tripp established a general practice in Greenfield in 2011 working in various different areas of law. In July 2015, Nate became associated with Gary’s office, and together, they continue to offer high quality, personable, legal services to their clients.
The firm offers a full range of legal services with an emphasis on all aspects of residential and commercial real estate, Probate matters, drafting of Wills and related documents and working with small business owners. Over the years, the firm has represented numerous lenders, buyers and sellers of residential and commercial property as well as many local contractors, builders and small business owners.
We truly believe that it is most important to build long term relationships with each of our clients. As such we encourage open communication with our clients, saying that the only stupid question is the one unasked.
We are of the opinion that it is also important to give back to the community. Gary has served as Town Counsel to the Town of Leverett, Massachusetts from 1979 through 1984; as a member of the Selectboard for the Town of Leverett from 1984 through 1990, and as Moderator for the Town of Leverett from 1996-2011. Currently, Gary is a member of the Leverett Planning Board. Also Gary serves on the Board of Directors of the Franklin County Community Development Corporation and was the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the FCCDC from 2010 - 2012. In 2008, Gary was elected as an Incorporator of the Greenfield Savings Bank. Additionally, from 2010-2015, Gary served on the Board of the Polus Center for Social and Economic Development.
Nate served on the Board of Directors for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Franklin County of Franklin County from 2013-2015. In 2015, he was elected to the Greenfield School Committee, taking office in January of 2016. He has sat on the Budget and Negotiations subcommittees and currently chairs the Personnel/Superintendent Evaluation subcommittee (through 2017). Nate’s advocacy also includes appointments in the Juvenile Court, for families involved with the Department of Children and Families.