The best way to contact Attorney McLaughlin and his office staff is via telephone at 617-236-5847. We have a twenty-four hour answering service, so in the case that we are unable to answer your call, we will still receive your message within minutes.
You may also contact the office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attorney McLaughlin was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in 2009. In 2010, Attorney McLaughlin started McLaughlin Law, LLC to provide individualized, compassionate legal services to the Greater Boston area.
Every family is different, and no one case fits a “typical” mould. Upon consultation, Attorney McLaughlin can usually provide a rough estimate of the time required to complete your case.
Attorney McLaughlin has experience both as a mediator and as a divorce attorney. Introductory consultation sessions help Attorney McLaughlin get to know your family and your case so that he can help you decide whether mediation is the best route for your family.
Attorney McLaughlin has developed an expertise in guardianship and conservatorship law. As a result, many of Attorney McLaughlin’s clients are under guardianship and/or conservatorship. In order to best assist these clients, Attorney McLaughlin has built an extensive network of contacts who we use to navigate our cases. On a daily basis, Attorney McLauughlin works with fellow attorneys, geriatric care managers, social workers, nursing home administrators, doctors, financial advisors, and more to manage care for his clients.
Here at McLaughlin Law, we are a small team that works efficiently to respond quickly and effectively to client needs. Our team consists of the following members:
- Attorney Brian J. McLaughlin, Partner
- KellyAnne Leone, Paralegal/Legal Assistant
- Law student interns
- College student interns
- Office assistants
Because we have a small team, each member of our office staff is familiar with the details of every case. Our team brings expertise in handling complex cases gained through years of combined experience.
McLaughlin Law accepts cash, check, or credit card payments. There is a surcharge for payments made via credit card.