Matthew P Barach has been an attorney in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts since 1995. After graduating from Wayland High School in 1988, he attended Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, where he graduated with distinction with a double major in history and government. He was the recipient of the prestigious H. Donaldson History Prize and a Phi Beta Kappa. As an undergraduate, he received his Massachusetts real estate sales license and was trained as an investigator by the prestigious Public Defender Service in Washington, D.C. He then attended the University of California, Hastings School of Law, where he earned his jurist doctorate in 1995.
As a law student, he worked for a number of diverse solo practices and was a legal intern at the New York Stock Exchange. Following graduation from the University of California, Matthew founded a general law practice in 1996.
Matthew is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts. He is also certified information privacy professional and a licensed real estate broker. Matthew is also member of the American Bar Association, the Massachusetts Bar Association and the Middlesex County Bar Association. He serves is a member of the American Bar Association’s family law section and the Mass Bar Association’s Solo and Small Firm section council.
Matthew is committed to working with people with a combination of compassion and passionate advocacy. Matthew’s practice is devoted only to family law and divorce in Massachusetts.