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FIRM OVERVIEW

LaFountain & Wollman, P.C. is a full-service law firm that provides highly competitive rates to a diverse clientele. Since 2010 it has been our privilege to help clients navigate the legal challenges that life may bring, and to accomplish the goals that often need an attorney’s assistance to achieve. We offer free initial consultations by appointment, have our attorneys communicate directly with our clients, and we have the experience and knowledge needed to handle the cases we accept at a very reasonable cost.

One of our goals is providing boutique-like services in a general practice setting. Each matter is assigned to a lawyer who focuses their practice on the specific type of law at issue. By focusing on unique practice areas, we are able to help clients with a diverse range of legal needs “in house.” It also allows us to collaborate when a matter involves multiple practice areas. We always advocate for the best outcome in every matter, and we keep our clients informed of all developments and options in their cases. You can find more information about the practice areas we can help you with by clicking the links below.

LaFountain & Wollman, P.C. is conveniently located in Watertown, just outside of Cambridge, Boston, Brighton, Newton, Belmont, and Waltham. Our firm primarily focuses on Divorce / Family Law, Real Estate and Condominium Law, Personal Injury / Civil Litigation, Business Law, Probate Matters including litigation and estate planning (such as drafting wills and trusts), Landlord Tenant Law, and Immigration Law. We primarily provide legal services to clients in Middlesex County, Suffolk County, Essex County, Norfolk County, and all of the Boston metro area and beyond. For real estate matters, we also serve clients in Plymouth County, Barnstable County, and Worcester County.

 

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Recent Announcements

Have LaFountain and Wollman P.C.’s Team Mediate Your Divorce At LaFountain and Wollman P.C., we know first-hand that divorce is a stressful process that can put a strain on your mental health. After practicing family law for years, we’ve come to understand the emotional process that many of our clients go through during a divorce. For this reason, we are now proud to use our breadth of experience to serve you as divorce mediators. As mediators, our job is to help you, and your spouse reach an understanding before going to court. Mediation offers…

Recent Announcements

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Business Impact With vaccines rolling out, we hope to see a return to a sense of normalcy throughout the state. However, LaFountain & Wollman, P.C. is maintaining close monitoring of the current novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in Massachusetts.  We are proactively taking measures to ensure business continuity so that our attorneys can continue to represent our clients zealously. While LaFountain & Wollman, P.C. remains open for business during this time, following CDC & WHO guidance, our employees’ physical presence at 507 Mt. Auburn Street will be limited.  Be assured that…

Recent Announcements

After a while, many couples both decide they were not “meant to be” and come to a general understanding of what they want to happen next. When that occurs, quickly getting the process over can save many months’ worth of stress, anxiety, uncertainty, agitation, hostility, and discomfort. Even the most amicable of separating couples can find themselves arguing over minor and trivial annoyances when trying to navigate the legal process of their marital dissolution. Know Someone in This Situation? We Can Help If you or someone you know is in this situation, we can help bring the marriage to…

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Same-sex Spouses can file for Immigration Benefits posted Jul 3, 2013, 5:04 AM by Michael Vosilla   [ updated Jul 3, 2013, 5:05 AM ]

Pursuant to a statement from Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano, as a result of the Supreme Court’s Defense of Marriage Act (“DOMA”) decision, same-sex married couples will enjoy the same immigration benefits of opposite-sex married couples.  This means that a United States citizen, or permanent resident, in…

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According to a recent report from CNN, on “Super Tuesday” (Tuesday, March 3, 2020), Senator Elizabeth Warren lost the Democratic primary vote to Joe Biden in her home state here in Massachusetts. Also according to the report, Sen. Warren “is assessing her presidential campaign’s path forward on Wednesday… after a disappointing performance on Super Tuesday” (CNN). 18 States voted Tuesday, and Sen. Warren hasn’t managed to win a single one, or finish in the top-two.

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