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    Hi - I am about to go through divorce proceedings shortly. We have a young child and my wife is looking for full custody. I am not willing to agree to that. Without going into specifics I believe that she will not be fully capable of minding the child as she is hugely dependent on my assistance each day.

    Despite that I need to find a reputable lawyer who has a proven track record when it comes to representing fathers....

    Based upon experiences of others here can anyone suggest some that I should consider (Harvard area - but not restricted to that area of course)

    Thanks,
    MerlnStar

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    This site does not provide attorney referrals, sorry.

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    Default Family Law - recommended lawyer Massachusetts

    OK - Understood..... any suggestions of other sources of where I can get recommendations.....(as opposed to just picking a name out of the phone book)

    Thanks.

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    How about the MA Bar Association?

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    @ Merlinstar, did you find one? Or a website where you can find a trustworthy one?

    I am looking for a similar one but in central/western MA... a lawyer that has experience with helping fathers.

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    Merlinstar was here in 2008 - I doubt he's still coming back looking for more responses.

    I repeat my earlier recommendation of calling the MA Bar Association. Also your local Legal Aid or any law schools in your area - any of them will provide referrals for you.
    The above answer, whatever it is, assumes that no legally binding and enforceable contract or CBA says otherwise. If it does, then the terms of the contract or CBA apply.

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