Lisa J Smith
Family Law Choices: Collaborative Law and Divorce Mediation
220 North Main St, Suite 301
Admitted to Practice: Massachusetts Bar 1987 Trained in Collaborative Law: January 2002 Trained as Parenting Coordinator: 2005 Trained as a Mediator: 2008 Univ. of Colorado School of Law (J.D.) Boston College School of Law (Visiting Candidate for J.D.) Brown University (B.A.) Trained as a Mediator to Stay Married: 2009 I enjoy being a family lawyer. , since she views her role as facilitating the resolution of complex problems which often have emotional components. Continually seeking new ideas and resources to ameliorate difficult situations, she finds collaborative law to be a wonderful opportunity. With collaborative law, clients can protect their privacy and dignity - while reaching fair, complete settlements.
Professional Memberships: Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council, Past President, Massachusetts Bar Association (MBA) - Family Law Section, Women's Bar Association, MetroWest Bar Association (MWBA), Massachusetts Council on Family Mediation (MCFM).
I can help you with your Collaborative Law Divorce - asset division, debt allocation, child support, alimony, parenting plans and other issues that might be involved in helping you be prepared for your life after the divorce. Also, I represent clients with paternity agreements and post-divorce modifications. Some clients come to me before they are married and I help them plan for marriage by developing a prenuptial agreement.