The Law Office of Clint B. Muche is a general law practice, based in Lynn,... more
The Law Office of Clint B. Muche is a general law practice, based in Lynn, Massachusetts, serving the Greater-Boston metropolitan area, including Suffolk, Middlesex and Essex Counties. Attorney Muche focuses primarily on criminal defense and related topics including restraining orders, motor vehicle infractions and license issues.
Originally from Wyoming, I attended theUniversity of Wyoming , obtaining a B.A. in... more
Originally from Wyoming, I attended theUniversity of Wyoming , obtaining a B.A. in Administration of Justice before moving to California to attendPepperdine University School of Law , where I focused on litigation and trial practice. After becoming an attorney, Teresa handled a broad array of legal matters, gaining substantial experience in all aspects of litigation practice. I have focu... view profile
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
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