We have intentionally designed Wilchins, Cosentino & Novins as a mid-sized law firm to provide exceptional service and exceptional value to our clients. 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.
Family law cases can involve complex collateral questions regarding taxes, trusts and estates and business entities, and family lawyers at small family law firms may not have ready access to tax attorneys, trust and estate attorneys, corporate and real estate attorneys to assist and advise their clients on such questions. As a mid-sized law firm, we have these experienced attorneys available to collaborate, working together on our clients’ behalf at a value Boston-based firms cannot match.
Removal is the term used to describe the process by which a custodial parent seeks to move the child or children out of state. Removal cases are often litigated to trial because of the impact of removal on parenting time. The family lawyers at Wilchins Cosentino & Novins have successfully litigated removal cases.
Following trial in a removal case, we obtained leave of court for a mother to move with her minor child to New York so that she could pursue a career opportunity.
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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