Have a legal problem? We have solutions.Giving alternatives to litigation in the courtroom, thinking outside the box, and changing dynamics.
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Peer Review Rated||Martindale-Hubbell||2017|
|Top One Percent||National Association of Distinguished Counsel||2015|
|Top 40 Lawyers Under 40||American Society of Legal Advocates||2015|
|Pro Bono Service Award||First Justices' Forum and South Coastal Counties Legal Services||2014|
|Pro Bono Service Award||First Justices' Forum and South Coastal Counties Legal Services||2013|
|Pro Bono Service Award||First Justices' Forum and South Coastal Counties Legal Services||2012|
|Carol DiMaiti Scholarship||Massachusetts Association of Women Lawyers (M.A.W.L.)||2005|
|Rappaport Fellowship||Harvard/Suffolk/Rappaport Institute||2005|
|Merit Scholarship||Suffolk Law||2003|
|Women's Studies Department Award||Holy Cross||2002|
|Judicial Law Clerk||Commonwealth of Massachusetts - Probate and Family Court||2006 - 2008|
|Legal Intern||Senior Partners for Justice||2005 - 2005|
|Student Attorney Rule 3:03||Suffolk Law School Family Law Clinic||2005 - 2006|
|Law Clerk||Law Office of Susan Howards (criminal and discrimination)||2005 - 2006|
|Legal Intern||South Coastal Counties Legal Services||2004 - 2004|
|Shelter Program Coordinator/Family Advocate||Daybreak||2002 - 2003|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Arc of Northern Bristol County, Human Rights Committee||Member||2008 - Present|
|Pink Pages||Gay-Friendly Business||N/A|
|Arc of Northern Bristol County, Human Rights Committee||Chairperson||2010 - 2012|
|Boston Business Journal||With jobs scarce, newly minted lawyers try solo route||2011|
|Christian Science Monitor||New kind of lawyer||2011|
|Family Law Mediation Training||N/A||Certificate of Completion||2011|
|ADR Conciliation Program||N/A||Certificate of Completion||2010|
|Suffolk Law||N/A||JD with honors||2006|
|Holy Cross||Sociology and Women's Studies||BA - Bachelor of Arts||2002|
|Jumpstarting Your Practice (Continuing Education)||Client Relationships and Law Office Management||2012|
|The Movement from Theory to Practice: What to Do When "Being a Lawyer" Gets Real||Expert panel member (Suffolk Law and LOMAP program)||2011|
|Franklin Special Education Parents Advisory Committee||Estate Planning for Parents of Children with Special Needs||2010|
Posted by Barry
I have been divorced for years and through those years found myself before the Court as a defendant many times. It was an exhuasting process and the latest subpeona seemed like a ten ton weight I was dragging around. As the court date got closer a co-worker recommended I make an appointment with Tasha and when I told him I wasn't sure I could afford it he assured me that I couldn't afford not to. Having had hired lawyes and represented myself I knew that truer words may have never been spoken.
From the first meeting I was amazed at Tasha's straight forward approach; she was honest with every answer and every piece of advice whether I liked it or not. Tasha was also remarkably understanding of my situation. I assumed that she would take may case because that was her business but I quickly felt that she had more of a vested interest in my situation than my wallet. That feeling became proven in no time at all.
Let's be honest, no one really wants to hire an attorney but in my opinion thats not the way you feel that Tasha works. You feel like you have brought on a team member who will fight for what is right and she is, without a doubt, the person you want standing beside you when it counts.
Tasha worked with me through e-mails, meetings, phone calls and court appearances and was always prepared. More importantly (most important to me) she knew my intent. I never felt as if Tasha should have said or done something differently nor did I regret anything she said or did. She took the time to get to understand my situation and helped manage expectations so that when she represented me it was as if I was doing the talking.
Let me close with this; I did not 'win' anything in court. What happened was that, thanks to Tasha, I was able to get finality and closure and know that fairness and equity were achieved. I don't believe I hired Attorney Tasha Buzzell to help with my case, I feel that I have entered a partnership with someone who will always be there to offer me honest (and tenacious) guidance.
If you need an Attorney stop looking...Thanks Tasha.
Posted by Linda
Tasha worked with our family when my mother was in a nursing home and there were many issues. She went over and above to assist us in any way that she could. She assisted me in a modification of my divorce and again with guardianship/conservator for my disabled son.
Her vast knowledge in many areas is an asset and she is always willing to go the "extra mile" to assist people.
I highly recommend her to anyone that wants a competent, knowledgeable, caring, compassionate attorney.
Robert Deschene, Estate planning Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
I have worked with Tasha on a several matters. She is very well-versed in the law, very committed to doing the utmost for her clients, and genuinely concerned with their welfare. She conveys a warm sense of compassion along with an extremely professional demeanor. I would refer clients to her without a moment’s hesitation, assured that they would receive the best legal representation possible.
Mary Sheridan, Mediation Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
Tasha is a dedicated professional with expertise in handling family law matters, whether litigated or mediated. I have worked with her in several family law matters and have been very impressed with her ability to effectively advocate for her clients.
Cash, Check, Credit card