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As an experienced attorney of 15 years with a background in child and family related legal issues, Catherine’s practice is now focused on reproductive law matters and same-sex legal issues.  Catherine serves on the Board of Directors for RESOLVE New England and is the only New England attorney appointed to the Executive Council of the American Bar Association’s Assisted Reproductive Technologies Committee.  Catherine is also active with legislative matters impacting fertility treatment, and is regularly invited to speak about assisted family building.  Having been through far too many rounds of IVF before finally conceiving her twins, Catherine is a strong supporter of patient advocacy and education.

Prior to opening her own firm, Catherine worked at the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office and the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office in Boston, where she achieved landmark verdicts in complex child and family abuse cases.  Catherine is admitted to the bars of both New Hampshire and Massachusetts.




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  1. Family: 100%


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Law Office of Catherine Tucker

34 Staniels Rd
Suite 2
Loudon, NH, 03307


NHAuthorized to practice law200507/24/2012
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
AttorneyLaw Office of Catherine Tucker2010 - Present
Insurance Fraud AttorneyNew Hampshire Attorney General's Office2006 - 2010
Assistant District AttorneySuffolk County District Attorney's Office (Boston)1999 - 2006
Legal AssistantOffice of the Governor of Massachusetts1996 - 1999
Association namePosition nameDuration
American Bar Association’s Assisted Reproductive Technologies CommitteeExecutive CouncilN/A
New Hampshire Bar Association’s Family Law SectionN/AN/A
American Society for Reproductive Medicine’s Legal Professional GroupN/AN/A
Embryo Donation NetworkN/AN/A
RESOLVE New EnglandBoard of DirectorsN/A
Parents Via Egg Donation“Ask The Reproductive Attorney”N/A
Publication nameTitleDate
New Hampshire Bar NewsReproductive Estate Planning Basics: Frozen Sperm, Eggs and Embryos2014
RESOLVE New England NewsletterThree Things You May Not Know About Reciprocal IVF2013
RESOLVE New England BlogWhat You Need to Know About Written Agreements When Using a Known Egg Donor2013
Parents Via Egg DonationCitizenship and Cross-Border Egg Donation: What Every Prospective Parent Needs to Know2013
RESOLVE New England NewsletterEmbryo Disposition Options & Legal Considerations2013
New Hampshire Bar NewsInfertility and Employee Rights: A Complex Legal Landscape2013
American Bar Association Health eSourceEthical and Legal Issues Arising from the Informed Consent Process in Fertility Treatments2013
New Hampshire Bar NewsWhat Every Family Law Practitioner Needs to Know About Assisted Reproductive Technology2012
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Suffolk University Law SchoolLawJD - Juris Doctor1999
Northeastern University School of LawCriminal JusticeMS - Master of Science1995
Dartmouth CollegeAnthropologyBA - Bachelor of Arts1993
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Fertility Treatment, Donor Choices and Adoption ConferenceAsk the Donor Conception Professionals2014
Family Law Section MeetingThe Intersection of Divorce and Alternative Family Planning.2014
Family Law ForumWhat Every Family Law Practitioner Needs to Know About Assisted Reproduction and Same‐Sex Marriages2014
Fertility Treatment, Donor Choices and Adoption ConferenceDonor: Practice and Legal Issues Workshop2013
Creating a Family Radio ShowLegal Issues You MUST Consider when Using Egg Donation, Sperm Donation or Surrogacy2013