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Elizabeth L. Comproni

elizabethcomproni@yahoo.com
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Phone: 617.471.8500
Mobile: 617.901.0278
Fax: 617.471.8501

50 Redfield St, #206
Boston, Massachusetts 02122

Elizabeth is a Boston College graduate class of 1987.  She studied law at Suffolk University School of Law.  She graduated in 1991 and was the proud recipient of the prestigious American Jurisprudence Award in Civil Trial Practice.     Elizabeth has over 26 years of experience in family law and civil trial work in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. She has counseled and represented thousands of individuals and couples in a wide variety of legal matters.

After completing her law degree, Elizabeth was admitted to practice law in Massachusetts in 1991. After gaining invaluable experience as an associate lawyer at two prestigious Boston litigation firms, she formed her own practice in 1995, concentrating in family law and personal injury civil litigation.

In 2016, Elizabeth moved her office to Boston, Massachusetts to better accommodate both her clients from the greater Boston area and clients on the South Shore.  Located in the Neponset area of Dorchester, Massachusetts her present location borders the town of Milton and City of Quincy. She regularly practices in the probate and family courts of Norfolk County, Suffolk County and Plymouth County.

Elizabeth is admitted to practice law in both the state and federal courts of Massachusetts.  She is also a certified divorce mediator.

Elizabeth is a proud member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, the Massachusetts Council on Family Mediation and the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys. 

The law office of Elizabeth L. Comproni, Attorney at Law, is conveniently located immediately off the Southeast Expressway in Boston on the Quincy-Milton line with ample parking.

Education

Suffolk University Law School, Boston, Massachusetts, 1991

  • American Jurisprudence Award in Civil Trial Practice

B.A., Boston College, 1987

High School Diploma, Fontbonne Academy, 1983

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice Massachusetts, 1991
U.S. District Court District of Massachusetts, 1991
Litigation Percentage

90% of Practice Devoted to Litigation

Certifications

Certified Family Law Mediator

Featured Pro Bono Activities
  • Attorneys Representing Children

    The A.R.C program is a volunteer program through the Massachusetts Probate and Family Court that provides free legal representation and a voice for children in divorce and custody actions.

  • Lawyer of the Pay Program Norfolk County Family and Probate Court
Languages

English (Primary)

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617.471.8500