Christine G. DeBernardis earned her BS in Psychology and Law at Trenton State College in Trenton, New Jersey in 1996. She continued her education at the New England School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts, where she earned a Juris Doctor in 1999. Attorney DeBernardis was admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in 1999, the U.S. District Court of Massachusetts in 2003 and the State of New Hampshire in 2007.
Attorney DeBernardis has a vast amount of experience in many areas of law. Throughout her practice, she has represented clients in domestic/family, criminal, civil, real estate (conveyancing, buyer, seller), debt collection, corporate, contract and landlord/tenant matters. As an attorney serving the Committee for Public Counsel Services, she provides legal counsel to indigent defendants in the Massachusetts Courts.
Attorney DeBernardis has now focused her Massachusetts practice on criminal law and family law matters. Her New Hampshire practice is focused solely on family law matters. She can help you with divorce, separation, paternity, custody, parenting time and child support. She also assists clients in matters where a party may seek to change an existing court order (modification) or where parties are not adhering to a court order (contempt). She applies her personal and professional experience in every case to get you the best possible result.
Realizing that these matters are difficult and confusing, she will explain the process and explain how your matter will progress. Knowing what to expect in your matter and having counsel to advise you on all of the possible outcomes will set your mind at ease and help you to make a well informed decision in your case.