2002, Massachusetts; 2003, New York.
Union College (B.A. cum laude,
1998; MBA Program,
Boston University School of Law (J.D., 2002); Third-Year Editor,
American Journal of Law & Medicine. Finalist, Stone &
Semi-Finalist, Esdaile Moot Court.
Divorce; Custody; Matrimonial Agreements; Paternity; Pre-Nuptial Agreements; Co-Habitation Agreements; Modifications of Judgments.
Boston (Member, Family Law, Small and Sole Practitioners Section); Massachusetts (Member, Family Law); New York State (Member, Family Law); and American (Member, Family Law, Practice Management) Bar Associations; Massachusetts Bar Foundation (Life Fellow); Union College Alumni Club of Boston (President and Executive Board Member); Fundraising Gala Co-Chair RESPOND, Inc. – New England’s First Domestic Violence Agency ; Massachusetts Academy of Trial Lawyers.
Prior to joining the firm, Ed was a summer associate at Sullivan & Worcester, LLP, assigned primarily to the Corporate and Litigation Departments. He also previously worked as a law clerk at Nathanson & Goldberg, P.C. in the areas of civil litigation, Internet start-ups, and high-technology law, while gaining trial experience. Both firms are located in downtown Boston.
Ed was also appointed to serve as a member of the national legal team for the 2004 and 2008 Presidential Elections, with much of his focus on voting irregularities in the “battleground state” of Pennsylvania and New Hampshire, respectively. In 2010, he served as a member of the legal team overseeing the Massachusetts special election for U.S. Senator.
Ed has also lectured on family law financial issues. He is often called upon by local media outlets, including WCVB-TV and WBZ-TV, to provide legal analysis and perspective on family law issues. He has also been featured in Boston Magazine and The Beacon Hill Times and one of his recent appearances in court was quoted in The Boston Globe. Ed has been selected each of the past 5 years by Law & Politics as a Massachusetts Super Lawyers “Rising Star” and is included in both that print edition and Boston Magazine annually. Only 2.5 percent of attorneys in Massachusetts are bestowed with this honor.