|Western New England College School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1988|
|Tufts University||N/A||BS - Bachelor of Science||1984|
Posted by anonymous
I was involved in a removal divorce case. I spoke with several lawyers and did a lot of research before a dependable source and well-respected family attorney highly recommended Peter Kajko, a known expert in removal law. After a few minutes of speaking with Peter, I was confident that he would be the best advocate for me and my children. He was incredibly supportive and compassionate as he helped me to navigate through this difficult journey. Peter is extraordinarily knowledgeable and very sharp. What makes Peter so unique is that his focus was always my children and what was best for them. He is highly ethical and extremely empathic - a true gentleman. He knows the law well and is best able to prioritize the evidence to support the case. He is brilliant in the courtroom. Peter's guidance and advisement were superb. He and his outstanding team (primarily Kristen Jiang) worked arduously throughout my case. I am eternally grateful to Peter for going above and beyond in ensuring that my family has the best outcome possible.
Posted by Melanie
I hired Peter Kajko for my complex custody case. My case went to trial - he was excellent in the courtroom. He was prepared and effective. I was extremely please with Attorney Kajko and his entire firm.
Posted by anonymous
Peter Kajko was my lawyer. He claims to know the Judge very well and then he was too busy to show up to a court hearing. He sent an associate that cost my children's child support. Hire a lawyer that will be by your side, support your children's needs and yours.
Irwin Pollack, Divorce and separation Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
Whenever there are cases that our Firm cannot accept or handle, Peter Kajko is the first attorney that we send clients to. He is a zealous advocate, while at the same time an attorney who has common sense and puts a strong emphasis on helping clients work to resolve many of the matters on their own without the need for judicial intervention. Especially when it comes to children, aren't the two parents more capable of making decisions relating to their own children than some stranger wearing a robe?
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