Nancy is a Board Member of  the Essex County Bar Association and the Salem Bar Association, 

and sits on the Executive Committee of the Lawrence Bar Association. She is an active  participant in the Essex Probate conciliation and the Lawyer of the Day programs. 


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Nancy is a Massachusetts native who received a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Massachusetts in Boston and her a Juris Doctorate from Suffolk Law School.  Her honors include receipt of the American Jurisprudence Award in the field of Estate Planning, and the Patricia Brown Award for student achievements with the law libraries at Suffolk Law School.

Upon admission to the Massachusetts bar, Nancy became employed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as an attorney with the Child Support Enforcement Division. She spent eleven years at that agency, working to obtain, modify and enforce child support in the Worcester, Essex and Middlesex courts.

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In 1995, when interstate child support changed significantly in Massachusetts and throughout the country, Nancy became more focused in that area. Nancy also developed training for coworkers to assist them in becoming familiar with the new laws relating to interstate child support issues. 

Since leaving public service in  2oo4, Nancy has continued to focus on family law issues across Massachusetts, including interstate cases. She is active in the Essex County conciliation  program  and she is a trained mediator which allows her to offer a viable alternative to litigation.