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Family Law Cases Require An Experienced And Compassionate Attorney

Family law cases are notoriously difficult. You’re forced to make decisions about your family’s relationships, finances and other matters that you may never have given a second thought about before. You need an attorney who will guide you in the right direction. Suzanne B. Matthews has been helping Massachusetts’ families find what works for them for more than 30 years. No two families are the same, and she will help you find a creative solution to your unique legal needs

Knowledgeable In Many Different Areas Of The Law

Suzanne has built a reputation throughout the community as being an attorney who handles each case not only with meticulous attention to details but also with empathy. She understands how tough navigating through the legal system can be. She is here to provide information about all the possible legal options, so you can make informed decisions. The health and safety of your family is her top priority. Look to Suzanne for leadership in:

  • Child support
  • Custody and visitation
  • Divorce
  • Mediation and collaborative law

As a Certified Mediator, Suzanne helps clients develop their own long-term settlement agreements. While not all disputes can be resolved through mediation, Suzanne provides seasoned counsel and advice to guide you in the right direction. Over the last three decades, she has successfully helped all types of families from diverse backgrounds and walks of life. Put your trust in an attorney who is dedicated to seeing you through the difficult times with innovative solutions.

Get The Legal Help You Need; Call Today

No matter where you’re at in the process, the law office of Suzanne B. Matthews is here to help resolve your family law disputes. The legal system and process to resolve family law matters can seem overwhelming and complicated, but you do not have to navigate through the process on your own. Call 781-828-0989 or reach out online through this website’s contact form to get started.