150 N. Michigan Ave. Ste. 1420
Chicago, IL 60601

Fern L. Frolin

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Contact Information

Mirick, O’Connell
175 Federal Street
Boston MA 02116
Work (617) 391-2162
Fax (857) 488-3581


Practice State

Massachusetts

Introduction

Atty. Frolin served on the Trial Court committee that revamped Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines in 2008 and the working committee of the Massachusetts Joint Judiciary Committee that drafted the Massachusetts Alimony Statute, effective March 1, 2012. She is a past president of the Massachusetts AAML chapter, a past Family Law Chair of the Massachusetts Bar Association and a current director of the Massachusetts Association of Guardians ad Litem.

Emphasis

Practice emphasizes Traditional Client Representation and Litigation in addition to Mediation and Arbitration. Atty. Frolin respresents children in high conflict parenting and custody cases.

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Counties

  • Middlesex, Massachusetts
  • Norfolk, Massachusetts
  • Suffolk, Massachusetts

Legal Organizations

Massachusetts Bar Assn.(Family Law Section Chair, House of Delegates, Executive Management Board); Massachusetts Chapter of the AAML (President-Elect); Massachusetts Council on Family Mediation (Board of Directors, Executive Committee and Vice-President 2002-2004); American Inn of Court: Massachusetts Probate and Family Innof Court (Board of Directors).

Awards

New England Superlawyers (2007); Best Lawyers in America (2006, 2007).

CLE Presentations

Massachusetts Bar Assn.: Annual Conference (2002,2003, 2005-2007); AAML Institute for Family Las Associates: Deposition Practice (2007); Massachusetts CLE, Inc.: Family Law Trial Advocacy Workshop (2003), Sophisticated Issues in Family Law (2004-2005); Annual Conference on Family Law Legislative Review (1998-2003).

Author

"After Troxel v. Granville: Grandparent Visitation in Massachusetts," Boston Bar Journal (2000): "The Future of Grandparent Visitation in the Commonwealth," Massachusetts Bar Assn. Section Review (2002); "Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Enforcement Act: A Better Child Custody Jurisdiction Law for Massachusetts," Massachusetts Bar Assn. Section Review (2004).

AAML Chapter

Past President

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