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

Robert J. Rivers, Jr.

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Lee & Rivers LLP

Contact Information

Office
222 Berkeley Street

Boston MA 02116-3751
Work (617) 266-6262
Fax (617) 266-8250


Practice State

Massachusetts

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Emphasis

Practice emphasizes Traditional Client Representation and Litigation

 

 

 

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Education

Boston College (B.A. cum laude 1988); Suffolk University Law School (J.D. cum laude 1991).

Legal Organizations

Massachusetts Bar Association, Family Law Section Council Member, 2000-03; American Bar Association, Family Law Section. Boston Bar Association, Family Law Steering Committee, 2003-07; Fellow, International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (2006-present); Member, Child Support Guidelines Task Force (2009).

Awards

Listed: Naifeh & Smith's "Best Lawyers" in area of Family Law (2008-present); Best Lawyers' 2015 Boston Family Law "Lawyer of the Year".  Boston Magazine - Massachusetts "Super Lawyers" (Top 100 Attorneys in New England - 2009 through 2014) (Top 10 Attorneys in Massachusetts - 2013)

CLE Presentations

Member: Curriculum Advisory Committee, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (MCLE). Faculty: Family Law Conference (MCLE) 2008-present; Jurisdictional Issues in Domestic Relations Practice (MCLE) 2010; Divorce Tax (MCLE) 2006-present; The New Child Support Guidelines - Interpretation and Application (Suffolk Univ. Law School) 2009; Alimony Summit 2011 (MCLE); Addressing Probate & Estate Issues in Family & Divorce Law (MCLE) 2012; Advocacy Under the New Alimony Reform Legislation (MCLE) 2013.

Author

Faculty Member/Author: Jurisdictional Issues in Domestic Relations; Divorce Tax; Alimony/Child Support Update; Drafting Advocacy in Divorce Cases; Author: Traps for the Unwary in Modification Proceedings Involving the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (UIFSA) - Massachusetts Bar Assn., 2000. Child Support Orders in Paternity Cases, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, 1999. Grossing-Up Unreported or Hidden Income for Child Support Calculation Purposes, Massachusetts Bar Assn., 2000. The "Double-Dippping" Concept in Business Valuation for Divorce Purposes - Massachusetts Bar Assn., 2006. Child Support Orders in High Income Cases - Searching for Guidelines, Massachusetts Lawyers Journal (Vol. 18, No. 7, March 2011)

AAML National

Certified Matrimonial Arbitrator (AAML)

AAML Chapter

Mass. Chapter: Board of Managers 2007-2011; President-Elect (2012-2013); President (2013-2015)

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