Karen Buckley | Newtonville Divorce & Family Law Lawyer
Karen M. Buckley
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Attorney Karen M. Buckley is passionate about using her professional strengths to help people resolve life's complicated issues. She assists her clients through some of the most difficult times of their lives, so she feels it's essential to inject genuine humanity into the process.
|Of Counsel||Rosenberg, Freedman & Lee LLP||Newtonville, MA||2013 – Present|
|University at Buffalo Law School, SUNY||JD||Law School||1987|
|State University of New York at Albany||Bachelor of Arts||Political Science||1984|
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- Member, Greater Boston Family Law Inn of Court, 2015 - Present
Volunteer Attorney, Norfolk County Lawyer for the Day, 2012 - Present
Member, Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council, 2007 - Present
Member, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, 2007 - Present
Vice President, The Divorce Center, 2006 - 2010
Board Member, The Divorce Center, 2004 - Present
Member, Massachusetts Bar Association, 1995 - Present
Member, New York State Bar Association, 1987 - Present
Ramirez v. DellaCorte
Practice Area: Family
Date: Feb 02, 2012
Outcome: Successful at trial; case upheld on appeal
Co-counsel at trial level for same sex mother who was seeking modification of parenting plan. Biological mother attempted to have client declared a non-parent and therefore no standing to seek custody and/or parenting time. Our client was deemed to be child's legal parent entitled to joint legal custody and parenting time with child.
Terrille v. Terrille
Practice Area: Divorce & Separation
Date: Mar 07, 1991
Outcome: Lower Court decision upheld on Appeal
Wife attempted to claim a share of husband's separate property under theory of constructive trust, although wife had not transferred any property to husband. The lower court denied wife's claim to husband's separate property on theory of constructive trust.
Danversbank v. Visser
Practice Area: Litigation
Date: Aug 08, 2008
Outcome: Summary Judgment granted in Federal District Court and case dismissed
Represented client against an attempt to collect a debt based upon a guaranty which was filed in federal district court. A Motion for Summary Judgment dismissing the claim was filed on behalf of the client, arguing that under Texas law, the suit was barred by the statute of limitations.
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|(1988) Licensed as Attorney in New York. Verified with New York State Unified Court System.||March 01, 2016|
|(1994) Licensed as Attorney in Massachusetts. Verified with The Massachusetts Board of Bar Overseers.||March 01, 2016|
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246 Walnut Street
Newtonville, MA 02460
Ms. Buckley proudly represents her clients in the Newtonville and surrounding areas.
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