|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Lawyer of the Year||Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly||2010|
|Of Counsel||Katz Legal Group, LLC||2015 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Massachusetts Bar Association, Family Law Section Council||Family Law Section Council Member (current)||2010 - Present|
|Massachusetts Association of Guardian Ad Litems||Member||2006 - Present|
|American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (Massachusetts Chapter)||Fellow||2004 - Present|
|Massachusetts Bar Association, Family Law Section||Member||N/A|
|Ansin v. Craven-Ansin||Prevailed at trial court and highest appellate court levels.|
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|AAML Newsletter / Boston Bar Newsletter||The Sexual Fidelity Clause||2011|
|MBA Program Guide (2011); AAML-MA Chapter Newsletter||Statute of Limitations on a Malrpactice Claim Arising Out of a Prenuptial Agreement: Minnessota's "Some Damage" Rule||2011|
|Massachusetts Continuing Education, Inc. Family Law Conference Publication||Alimony - What, Why and When||2007|
|Massachusetts Bar Association Section Review||The Validity of Postnuptial Agreements Not Made in Contemplation of an Immediate Separation or Divorce||2002|
|Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly||Don't Lose Interest in Collecting Child Support||2001|
|Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly||Unsurfacing a Trap for the Unwary at the Legal Fee Arbitration Board (LFAB)||1998|
|Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly||Lawyers Who Advertise Shouldn't Relax Just Yet||1994|
|Suffolk University Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1992|
|Syracuse University||N/A||BS - Bachelor of Science||1988|
|MBA Family Law Conference||Family Law Case Update/Analysis||2011|
|Family Law Trial Advocacy Workshop||Trial Advocacy - Divorce/Family Law||2011|
|Calculating Divorce: It's Getting Personal||Personal Finance in Divorce||2011|
|Attacking & Defending Premarital and Marital Agreements||Litigating Premarital/Marital Agreements||2011|
|Ansin and Post Nuptial Agreements||Marital Agreements||2011|
|Annual Meeting||Case Law Update - Family Law||2010|
|Recent Developments in Family Law||Case Law Update - Family Law||2009|
|Annual Meeting||Case Law Update - Family Law||2009|
|MCLE Family Law Conference||Alimony - General Panel Discussion||2007|
Posted by anonymous
I hired Kevin Corr in regards for a very complex divorce matter in which he made error after error after error- his mistakes cost me a very severe financial hardship in my life. He was the only attorney who talked to me about going before the Judge and making a motion for attorney fees, which is why I hired him. My husband was worth more than three million and we were together for over 15 years. My financial situation was very limited while my husbands was not. After retaining him I kept asking him when he would make the motion for fees, he refused to, he then instead collect $75,000 from me and never did what he promised me that he would do-I was then completely depleted of all money because of his misrepresentation and lack of follow through. Also, in the beginning, when you appear before the Judge for temporary orders and temporary support, he specifically told me he was going to request temporary support since my husband had an income of almost $400,000 a year, and mine was under $10,000 a year and were living in separate homes. After he appeared in court that day for the motion, I asked him afterwards what happened in court, he said he forgot to ask. I asked him multiple times to please go back into the courtroom and please ask the Judge for temporary support, he refused to. When my divorce ended, I had absolutely no money left to my name, me father was assisting me financially and helping me pay bills because I could not run or manage a home on $10,000 a year, and I accrued over $30,000 on a credit card because I was juggling expenses and paying expenses that I had never had to pay before. I had to survive that two year period without any financial assistance, all because of his mistakes. I had zero debt at time of filing. He has never taken responsibility for what he did or the financial harm that he caused me. His mistakes cost me a very terrible financial hardship in my life. My husband then received the marital estate in the entirety. I would not recommend Kevin Corr.
Posted by Amy
I hired Kevin to assist me in a resolving an unusual and unique situation resulting from my divorce. The issue I had was complicated with many moving parts. Kevin was able to quickly understand and identify the problem. He then used his creative skills to ascertain and outline a strategy. It was important to Kevin to be comfortable and certain of the accuracy of my facts with solid proof and evidence. Therefore, he made an informed decision as to whether or not to move forward. In turn, this made me comfortable as I was confident that he would not have taken my case if he did not firmly believe in the merits of it.
While Kevin has an unassuming demeanor, he shows assertiveness and strength in the courtroom. Furthermore, he is extremely easy to work with. He sticks to the facts and keeps his thoughts at a high level while focusing on only what is relevant, therefore, is always conscience of time and not wasting it. His presentations are clear, concise and to the point.
It was apparent from watching him interact with his peers that he is highly respected and has an excellent reputation. I am thrilled to have had the opportunity to work with Kevin.
Posted by anonymous
When I started the interviewing process for an attorney to handle my divorce case, I was a very scared, emotionally broken woman who did not have a clue about going through the divorce process. When I entered Kevin Corr's office that first day, I knew he was the perfect attorney. I felt his compassion for my situation which was very difficult. More so than him looking for my business, he seemed genuinely concerned for the well being of myself and my children. My case was not that of a normal divorce and it became very intense. Kevin was so smart and knowledgeable about the laws and knew very well how to protect my family. He always was so prepared during our many court hearings and was always a step ahead. His devotion to me was undoubtedly rare and amazing. He is simply brilliant in the court room and is very well respected by his peers in the legal system. His office staff is wonderful and you feel like you have known them for years. Throughout my divorce, Kevin wouldn't hesitate to call, just to make sure my children and I were safe. My divorce process is almost at it's end, but my relationship with Kevin Corr will continue. Apart from being my attorney, he is also now my friend.
Deborah Katz, Divorce and separation Attorney
I have been extremely fortunate to have Kevin join my team after working together on a complicated high conflict divorce. Kevin is fiercely devoted to his clients. He is a highly skilled advocate and I am constantly impressed by his command of the law.