Geoffrey J. Ransom
Mr. Ransom has been practicing law in New Hampshire since 1988. Twelve of those years he served as an Attorney, Assistant Attorney General and Senior Assistant Attorney General at the New Hampshire Attorney General’s office, primarily in the Environmental Protection Bureau. Since 2004, Mr. Ransom concentrated his practice in estate planning and elder law. He is an active member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the New Hampshire Chapter of Elder Law Attorneys, the Trust and Estate Planning Section of the New Hampshire Bar Association, and the New Hampshire Trust and Estate Planning Council. Mr. Ransom served as the Clerk, Vice Chair and Chair of the Trust and Estate Planning Section of the New Hampshire Bar Association for a total of three years. In the past he taught the Wills, Trusts and Estates course at the UNH School of Law (formerly the Franklin Pierce Law Center), as well as courses in environmental law and land use law.
Mr. Ransom joined our firm in 2017. His practice focuses on estate planning, estate and trust administration and elder law. Elder law encompasses assisting families in planning for long term care and family disabilities, applying for Medicaid, and guardianship proceedings. He works within a network of elder resources and financial planners to achieve your personal and family goals. Outside the office, Mr. Ransom pursues a number of outdoor hobbies including running, hiking and bee keeping.
Year Joined Firm
Areas of Practice
Estate and Trust Administration
Suffolk University Law School, Boston, MA
J.D., cum laude
University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH
Professional Associations and Memberships
Elder Law, Estate Planning and Probate Section of the New Hampshire Bar Association
National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) and New Hampshire Chapter of NAELA
New Hampshire Estate Planning Council
Grafton County Bar Association