Attorney Lavallee directs her legal focus primarily in the three following areas: domestic relations, probate and real estate.
As a family lawyer, Attorney Lavallee draws on and expands on her several years of experience by focusing on mediation, adoption, custody dispute, paternity actions, divorce, drafting and probating estates. Attorney Lavallee is very passionate, while projecting a realistic outcome of your case. Attorney Lavallee has also completed courses pertaining to the dissolution of same sex marriages. She has worked closely with the physically impaired clients, with the most common being the deaf.
Attorney Lavallee received her law degree from the Massachusetts School of Law at Andover with a major in Family Law. She enjoys this area of practice and is enthusiastic about all her cases pertaining to domestic relations. Attorney Lavallee was also group editor of the school's law review.
The purchase and sale of real estate is often intertwined with domestic relations law. Attorney Lavallee has represented clients in hundreds of transfers of their real estate. She has represented buyers, sellers and lenders.
Attorney Nicole Reeves Lavallee continues to build on her past experience as a trial lawyer in other areas besides family law and real estate, including:
•Landlord/Tenant rights and disputes
•Social Security Disability
•Unfair and deceptive trade practices
Attorney Lavallee is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, Hawaii Bar Association and the Worcester County Bar Association. She is a member of the mediation section of the Worcester Bar Association. She often volunteers as the Lawyer for the Day at the Worcester Family & Probate Court. She is dedicated to helping others and as such is a member of the reduced fee and Pro Bono panel of the Worcester County Bar Association.
Practice Areas: Divorce; Family Law; Real Estate; Wills; Probate; Child Custody; Child Support; Civil Litigation; Consumer Law; Estate Planning; General Practice; Landlord and Tenant Law; Mediation; Social Security Disability; Adoptions; Breach of Contract; Power of Attorney; Spousal Support; DCF case involvement; Family Mediation; Fathers Rights; Domestic Partnerships; Legal Separation; Same Sex Divorce.
Admitted: 2001, Massachusetts; 2002, U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts; 2009, Hawaii
Law School: Massachusetts School of Law, J.D., 2000
Member: Worcester County Bar Association, Massachusetts Bar Association, Hawaii Bar Association, and American Bar Associations.
Achievements: Equal Justice Outstanding Volunteer, Equal Justice Project.
Books: The Majesty of the Law: Reflections of a Supreme Court Justice
Writers: Dean Koontz
Quote: "To say that you can love one person all of your life is just like saying that one candle will continue burning as long as you live." - Tolstoy
Travel Destinations: Greece, Italy, Australia