Cristi Michelle Trusler is the Managing Partner at Trusler Legal PLLC. Her skills include Litigation, Mediation, Collaborative Law, Legal Research, Family Law, Civil Litigation, Arbitration, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Divorce Law, and Trials.

MARY BETH L. SWEENEY is a partner with the law firm of Atwood & Cherny and has been with the firm since 1998. Her practice includes all aspects of domestic relations and probate litigation in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

Shauna Tesser-Friedman’s practice focuses on family and matrimonial law, including pre- and post-nuptial agreements, equitable distribution, the determination of separate property, spousal support, child support, post-judgment modifications and enforcement, and child custody and access. She represents clients in all aspects of settlement, litigation and the negotiation and drafting of agreements.

Patricia Saint James specializes in the area of domestic relations. Her practice in this area is sophisticated, characterized by complex litigation involving valuation of assets, custody disputes, tax analysis and jurisdictional issues, as well as the drafting of Divorce Agreements and Pre- Nuptial Agreements. A past chair of the Family Law Section of the Boston Bar Association, she has worked extensively with the Massachusetts Legislature, the Courts and the Massachusetts Department of Revenue to shape legislation, train other lawyers and enhance the practice of family law in the Commonwealth. She has co-authored the chapter on valuation for the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education Divorce Law Practice manual, and is often called upon to teach seminars in the areas of business valuation, taxation, jurisdiction and real estate, and to serve as a special master in complex business disputes.

Morghan Leia Richardson is a divorce attorney, consultant and mediator in New York City. She is a partner at the law firm of Davidoff Hutcher & Citron LLP.

Experienced in litigation and family law issues that accompany Divorce, Morghan is a resource on issues like Custody, Child Support, Father’s Rights and Marital Property issues, including asset discovery and protection. She was named a New York Rising Star by Super Lawyers in 2013 onwards (Top lawyers under 40), and participates on the New York State Bar Association’s Section for Women in the Law.

Peter J. Morris is a trial lawyer focusing on all areas of civil litigation. He has tried cases to verdict throughout New York and argued numerous appeals in the Appellate Courts.

 
Mr. Morris is a graduate of Fordham University and Loyola University School of Law. As a tireless advocate for his clients, he seeks the best result on all claims involving general liability, Labor Law 200, 240(1) and 241(6), construction accidents, indemnity and contribution claims, car accidents, slip/trip and fall, products liability, wrongful death and medical malpractice.

John is a compassionate advocate for his clients. But when necessary, a tenacious litigator that doesn’t hesitate to take his client’s matters to court. After law school, John was counsel to the Department of Revenue, an associate at Rosenblum & Studen, P.C. in Newton, and a senior associate at the highly regarded law firm of Lane, Altman & Owens. John is formerly a Partner at DiPiano Godson LLP, a general practice law firm with a concentration in family law and divorce mediation.