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Socci & Nieves Family Law Group LLP Grand Opening

Family and Divorce Law Firm, Socci & Nieves Family Law Group, LLP, is proud to announce its opening on April 1, 2022.  Our newly appointed offices are located at 859 Turnpike Street, Suite 130, North Andover, Massachusetts.  The firm is founded by Nicole K. Socci, Esq. and Miguel A. Nieves, Esq., formerly partners at Fernandez, Socci & Nieves Family Law, also in North Andover, MA.

Socci & Nieves Family Law Group, LLP is dedicated to the practice of family law and divorce in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Our practice areas center on family-related legal issues including divorce, child custody and parenting plans, child support, complex asset and property division, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, and spousal support (alimony), military divorce issues, and various other issues that arise in connection with divorce proceedings.

The attorneys at Socci & Nieves Family Law Group, LLP combine more than 30 years of divorce, family law, and trial experience, and have received honors from Super Lawyers, AV® Preeminent™ rating from Martindale Hubble, inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America©  in the field of family law and a perfect “10” rating on Avvo.

We are excited about the opportunity to provide you with your family-related legal needs.

To learn more or to request a consultation please contact us today.

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