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Raymond Thomas Weicker

Residential real estate Attorney at Chelmsford, MA

4.0   4 reviews

About Raymond

Learn Raymond’s areas of practice.

Practice areas
  1. Residential real estate
    Real Estate acquisition, sale, financing and development

    18 years

  2. Business
    Starting, acquiring, managing or expanding a business - each come with its own risks and legal requirements. When in doubt, CYA! (Call Your Attorney) My job is to free you up to do your job.

  3. Chapter 7 bankruptcy
    Discharge unsecured debts and get a fresh start.

    18 years

  4. Wills and living wills
    Clear instructions from you avoid hard feelings between your children. Decide in advance whether or not you want to be kept alive by artificial means.

    28 years

  5. Chapter 13 bankruptcy
    Re-balance the debts of a typical homeowner and catch up on missed mortgage payments through a realistic plan that is approved and enforce by the federal court.

    18 years

  6. Bankruptcy and debt
    Using applicable laws to assist you or your business restructure useful debts and discharge useless debt in order to obtain a fresh start.

    18 years

Personal/Professional History

A graduate of Franklin & Marshall College, UMass Lowell, and Brooklyn Law School, Attorney Weicker spent two years in civil litigation in New York and New Jersey before joining the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General's Corp. His military career included service as a prosecutor and Special Assistant U.S. Attorney, as a legal advisor for a peace-keeping task force in Egypt (1999-2000), and a company command as a Tactical Psychological Operations officer during a combat tour in Baghdad, Iraq (2005-2006).

Attorney Weicker holds advanced degrees in both Finance and Business Administration, and serves as an adjunct professor for courses in Business Financial Analysis, Finance, Business Law, and Bankruptcy.


Juris Doctorate, Brooklyn Law School,

M.S. Finance, University of Massachusetts-Lowell

M.B.A., University of Massachusetts-Lowell

A.B., Franklin and Marshall College

State Bar and Court Admissions

Public Service and Other Activities

Board Member, CKP Therapeutics - BioPharmaceutical Firm

Board Member, CAIDE Systems, Inc. – Biotech firm

Board Member, Northeast Legal Aid – 501c(3) charity

Life Member, Veterans of Foreign Wars

City of Lowell License Commission, 2007-2012

Greater Lowell Bar Association, Past President


Photos and videos

Licensed for 27 years
State NH
Status Active
Acquired 2006
Updated 01/13/2020
State MA
Status Active
Acquired 2005
Updated 03/17/2023
State NY
Status Currently Registered
Acquired 1996
Updated 04/15/2023
State NJ
Status Active
Acquired 1995
Updated 03/07/2023

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Contact Raymond

Weicker Law, PLLC
6 Courthouse Lane
Suite 5
Chelmsford, MA, 01824


4.0 / 5.0
  4 customer reviews
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Posted by James | June 21, 2021
This review is from a person who hired this attorney.
| Hired Attorney
Good guy, told me to save my money
I did an initial free consult with this attorney and was looking at bankruptcy. After I retained him he went through all of my financials and told me that I could avoid it due to some liens being expired and certain credit debts being past the statues on limitation. He suggested a plan to deal with the remaining debts that I followed. Overall I saved money and only paid him for the work he did so I'll call him again if I ever need a lawyer.
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Posted by anonymous | March 4, 2015
Made Bankruptcy painless
My case had many issues due to a divorce and loss of a job, but Attorney Weicker was able to help me keep my house, pay back my 1st mortgage arrears and discharge a predatory second mortgage. Myself and my children got to stay in our home while I got back up on my feet, and I am now in a better position to care for my family.
Posted by anonymous | December 12, 2012
Criminal Defense Case
This lawyer is very intelligent and well inform about the laws. I highly recommend him.
Posted by Giuseppina | February 17, 2021
This review is from a person who hired this attorney.
| Hired Attorney
Too bad they don't have a negative star!
My realtor recommended him to my son when he purchased his house and then to me. My son wasn't happy with Mr. Weicker's service but I trusted my realtor more than him. BIG mistake. Reading past reviews, Mr. Weicker was a good lawyer but now?? MY experience with him was terrible. Very unprofessional, incompetent, terrible to respond to emails/phone calls, one mistake after another. He supposedly have an "office assistant" but she has not phone so you cannot call her either. BOTH my loan processor and the underwriter told me that they had never ever dealt with somebody like him. Last minute for everything and clearly there was a last minute screwup! I am out of state and he made me sign, notarize, and FedEx a preliminary CD without even looking at what was in it. Cost me extra to FedEx CD twice, to get the signature notarized twice, to make 2 wire transfers and pay twice the wire fees because of the wrong amount. Took one month to get the closing documents. AND the date on the deed was wrong. TERRIBLE experience. He shouldn't practice law.
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  • Hourly Rates $ 275-350 per hour
  • Contingency 25%-40%
Payment methods
Cash, Check, Credit Card


AVVO RATING 7.9 (Very Good)

Work Experience

  • Owner
  • Weicker Law, PLLC
  • 2020 - Present
  • Partner
  • Qua, Hall, Harvey & Walsh
  • 2004 - 2020
  • Command Judge Advocate
  • Us Army Jag Corps
  • 1997 - 2004
  • Associate
  • Private Law Firm
  • 1995 - 1997
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  • University of Massachusetts, Lowell
  • MBA - Master of Business Administration
  • 2018
  • University of Massachusetts, Lowell
  • MS - Master of Science - Finance
  • 2017
  • Brooklyn Law School
  • JD - Juris Doctor
  • 1995
  • Franklin and Marshall College
  • AB - Applied Baccalaureate
  • 1992
  • University of Massachusetts, Lowell
  • PhD - Doctoral Student (Finance) - in progress
  • N/A
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Legal Cases

  • School Committee of Lowell v. Phanna Kem Robishaw
  • State determined that lack of English language proficiency was not a basis for termination of a school teacher required to instruct student in English.
  • Covalucci v. Zoning Bd. Of Appeals of Dracut
  • Win for my client
  • Brower v. Comark Merchandising, Inc.
  • Win for my client
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  • Northeast Legal Aid, Inc
  • Director
  • 2015 - Present
  • Greater Lowell Bar Association
  • Member and Past President
  • 2006 - Present
  • Veterans of Foreign Wars
  • Lifetime Member
  • 2004 - Present
  • Psychological Operations Veterans Assoc.
  • Lifetime Member
  • 2004 - Present
  • Operation Returning Veteran
  • Treasurer
  • 2012 - 2016
  • US Army Reserve
  • 1992 - 2016
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Languages Spoken

  • English

Speaking Engagements

  • Trial Defense Service On-Site Training
  • Ethics & Professional Responsibility
  • 2015

Attorney endorsements

Received (2)
Given (3)
Endorse Raymond
Unknown Attorney | Oct 22
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"I endorse this lawyer because I have practiced for many years in the same courts and have observed his professionalism and keen ability to wage legal arguments for his clients in the criminal courts in our area."
Chapter 7 bankruptcy Attorney | Jun 19
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"Attorney Weicker is very knowledgeable, professional and always available to answer colleague's questions."
Criminal defense
Real estate