At WCN, we are large enough to have expertise in many law practices including family law, while small enough to deliver exceptional service through a personalized, concierge approach. We serve clients in Massachusetts with our primary office in Wellesley, MA and additional offices in Chelmsford and Boston.
The family lawyers at Wilchins Cosentino & Novins represent individuals in connection with the prosecution and defense of paternity actions involving unmarried parents. Paternity actions may arise as a results of a dispute regarding parentage, child support or child custody. These matters can involve extensive court proceedings, financial and child-related discovery (including written discovery and depositions of parties and third parties), and negotiating and preparing agreements. The family law attorneys at WCN have extensive experience in paternity cases.
Meet Our Family Law Attorneys at Wilchins Cosentino & Novins
Michael P. Friedman
Jennifer J. Normand
Why WCN for Family Law Matters
Right-sized. We are large enough to have the depth of expertise and knowledge, while small enough to be available, accessible and personal.
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