Law Office of Anne E. Gillespie provides compassionate, knowledgeable, experienced and practical guidance and representation during challenging family life transitions. We prepare you for and help you navigate the stressful, complex court process involved in these transitions and work with you to reach strategic agreements, wherever possible, to reduce the increased conflict and fees associated with litigation. If agreements are not possible, we employ careful, efficient and effective litigation techniques to optimize your chances of success in Court. The combination of our tenacity, experience, integrity and respect are central in our work on your behalf and we tailor our legal plans and strategies to help you move forward with your lives while protecting your custodial and financial interests. Our advocacy is trauma-informed and reflects many years of working on behalf of families to ensure family safety, stability and financial security. We achieve impressive results by collaborating with you to address effectively and fully your legal priorities and needs.Read less
Family Law, Boston University School of Law
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