Knowledge, Compassion, Experience
All matters are
handled promptly and
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Our goal is to reach
fair settlements as quickly and
You are NOT alone
Our team of lawyers provide you
with compassionate personal service,
quality and experience.
Whether it is a divorce, a paternity or child support matter, an abusive relationship, a modification or any one of the many reasons people need representation, often there are feelings of being overwhelmed and being on an emotional roller coaster. We understand the personal emotional challenges as well as your concern for your children.
We truly understand how hard it is to call a lawyer, no matter what you have been going through. We know how incredibly hard it is to find a law firm that feels like a “good fit” for you and to address your situation. We are here to listen to you and work for you by presenting as many viable options as possible to resolve the issues you are confronting. We never forget we are working for you and are always grateful for your confidence in us.
Foley and MacAdie PC truly gets to know you and your situation. Their knowledge, confidence, and willingness to answer your every question, is invaluable. I was very happy with my choice to hire them to represent me.
Kathleen Ann Foley and her team worked diligently to get us to an acceptable outcome in a very difficult case. I am still surprised that they were able to help us after I had already given up.
They were able to respectfully protect my family’s dignity, while providing me with professional advice from their years of experience, coupled with consistent strength to get me to my personal end goals.
We are here to
help every step
of the way
Team Centered Approach
We pride ourselves on offering the quality and experience found in Boston family law firms and do so while providing an easily accessible office in Acton. Our team approach to the practice of law means that our clients receive access to the combined experience of all attorneys in a cost-effective manner.
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Do You Have Buyer’s Remorse Regarding Your Family Law Case?
It’s not unusual for parties to decide, days, months or years after finalizing their divorce or custody case, that they are no longer happy with the terms that were originally agreed upon or ordered by the Court.