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Law Offices of Mark W. Bartolomei

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Mark W. Bartolomei

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Divorce & Family Law, Real Estate, Criminal, Bankruptcy & Debt, Mediation

As the founder of the Law Offices of Mark W. Bartolomei, Mr. Bartolomei is a highly skilled and dedicated attorney focused on providing outstanding le... (more)

A Worcester County Family Law Attorney with More Than 20 Years of Dedicated Service
Serving your needs as you go through divorce or other issues
If you’re facing legal challenges due to a divorce or bankruptcy, you need the assistance of a skilled Worchester County attorney who advocates for your best interests. At the Law Offices of Mark W. Bartolomei, we have more than 20 years of experience providing sound counsel to people throughout the local community. Our reputation is one of dedicated service as our clients work through difficult times in their lives, giving them the tools to move forward successfully.

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    Law Offices of Mark W. Bartolomei
    51 Union Street
    Worcester, MA 01608
    42.2696842,-71.7979855

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    Worcester, MA 01608


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