Voted one of Boston’s Top Estate Planning Lawyers - Boston Magazine
Arizona State University
Suffolk University Law School
Fluent in Tagalog
(national language of the Philippines)
My keys to success are to always be prepared, pay careful attention to detail, think quickly on your feet, and be able to improvise in new or challenging situations.
I am most thankful for never having to work at a place I did not love, starting with my first job as a barista at Starbucks, where I met my best friends.
One day wishes to compete on Top Chef.
Virgilio concentrates his practice in the areas of wills, trusts, estate planning, guardianship for minor children, among other related personal planning areas. Virgilio also practices in real estate, representing buyers and sellers in the purchase of homes and condominiums.
Virgilio Ong joined the law firm as a law clerk in his second year at Suffolk Law School. Prior to joining the firm, Virgilio had ten years of experience working in the food and hospitality industry, particularly at several first-tier elegant dining restaurants. Virgilio is an accomplished chef in his own right. He incorporates his prior extensive hospitality industry experience into his practice by providing clients a high level of customer service and care, anticipating their needs, and delivering an excellent product in a timely fashion. These cross-industry skills are proven to be quite effective both in the results he has achieved and the satisfaction of his clients.
Virgilio grew up in an international environment, spending his early childhood in the Philippines, attending elementary and middle school in Germany and traveling throughout Europe and Asia. He is a graduate of Arizona State University, during which years he was involved with Habitat for Humanity, performed in community theatre, and was a member of an acting troupe.
Virgilio likes to spend his free time in other cities sampling different cuisines in highly rated restaurants. His favorite North American culinary destinations are currently Montreal, Austin, and his native Arizona, which he considers Mexican food heaven.