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Attorney Chancellor represents a diverse cross section of clients in litigation matters. Whether it is a divorce matter of an executive or representing a victim of sexual abuse, or any other matter he represents his clients with their best interest in mind. His office practices in the state and federal court systems.


He has handled civil rights matters that amounted to police misconduct, established strategic plans for executives facing contentious divorces, quickly resolved civil disputes with strong negotiation skills, and represented defendants in criminal trials. He is skilled at finding a quick resolve to personal injury cases through well prepared packaging of demand letters to insurance adjusters. He has settled clients’ cases without having to file suit in court.


His diverse background from military, law enforcement, corporate headquarters executive hiring/development/ compensation, and trial experience has provided him with the personality skills to make his client’s feel comfortable, and well represented. He answers his clients’ calls personally and rarely will it take more than a few hours for him to return their calls.


Attorney Chancellor chooses which cases to take in a way that allows him the ability to meet all of his client’s needs in a timely manner and he strives to meet their needs with excellence in mind


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    I endorse Joe Chancellor's skills and advocacy as a fellow attorney. Joe is extraordinarily dedicated to the diligent representation of each of his clients. I endorse him for anyone looking for a caring, hard-working, and experienced attorney.


    Jesse Adams Criminal defense Attorney
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Professional misconduct

This lawyer was disciplined by a state licensing authority.

  1. Indefinite Suspension
    issued in MA, 2012


    Suspended indefinitely means an attorney lost his or her license to practice law for an unknown period of time. The attorney will need to re-apply for admission to the Bar if he or she intends to resume practice in the future.

    Joseph’s comment: “Attorney has atoned for his accounting errors and in the process will soon petition for reinstatement.”

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