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Linda Sternberg

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Linda Sternberg
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Adoption, Alimony & Spousal Support, Dispute Resolution, Child Support, Children's Rights, Collaborative Law; Farms; Divorce; Domestic Violence & Neglect; Estate Administration; Estate Planning; Family Law; Guardianships & Conservatorships; Mental Health; Living Wills; Mediation; Nursing Home; Paternity; Power of Attorney; Prenuptial Agreements; Wills & Probate; Trusts; Wills

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Northeastern University School of Law J.D., J.D. Law School N/A

MA State Lawyer Additional Information: Insurance: This attorney has certified that he or she is covered by professional liability insurance. Disciplinary History: This attorney has no record of public discipline. Data as of Date: 06/05/2015

Service Type:Private

Update Date:2015-06-11


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