Attorney Simonds is an attorney admitted to the Massachusetts Bar. She concentrates... more
Attorney Simonds is an attorney admitted to the Massachusetts Bar. She concentrates in all aspects of Family Law and Divorce. She has over 10 years of experience working in Family Law and Divorce even prior to her admission to the Massachusetts Bar. She has worked in private firms concentrating in Family Law, as well as for the Massachusetts Department of Revenue, Child Support Enforcement Divi... view profile
I help and counsel individuals whose rights and liberties are at risk. Whether you... more
I help and counsel individuals whose rights and liberties are at risk. Whether you or someone you know has been charged with a crime, or are somehow involved with the criminal court system, I can help. Through personal attention to you and your case, as well as passionate and zealous advocacy in the courtroom, I will help you reach the best possible outcome for your situation.
Kelly A. Broadbent has been practicing law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts... more
Kelly A. Broadbent has been practicing law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts since 2004. She focuses in the areas of Plaintiff Personal Injury (including motor vehicle and pedestrian accidents, premises liability, and products liability), Workers Compensation, Criminal Law (including OUI, Drug Charges, Assault and Battery), Family Law (including Divorce, Custody and Child Support Matter... view profile
Bar Admissions Memberships: Jessica is admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth... more
Bar Admissions Memberships: Jessica is admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and is a member of the Massachusetts Women's Bar Association. Education Experience: Jessica received her Juris Doctor degree from New England Law in Boston, Massachusetts, where she graduated cum laude. In addition to her studies, Jessica worked as a Legal Intern with the Massac... view profile
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