Natasha Rossi Kean

Natasha Rossi Kean: Attorney with The Law Offices of Miriam G. Altman, P.C.

Biography

Recipient: Massachusetts Super Lawyers Rising Star, 2009, Recipient: New England Scholar, 2001-2002, CALI Excellence Award, 2002, Staff Associate, New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement, 2000-2201; Executive Literary Editor, New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement, 2001-2002.

Areas of Practice (14)

  • Alimony
  • Child Custody
  • Divorce
  • Domestic Relations
  • Marital Property Distribution
  • Marital Property Law
  • Marital Property Settlements
  • Parental Rights
  • Paternity
  • Post Divorce Modification
  • Post Nuptial Agreements
  • Premarital Agreements
  • Visitation Rights
  • Uncontested Divorce

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
781-862-4448  Phone
www.lawmga.com
University Attended:
Rolins College, B.S., 1999
Law School Attended:
New England School of Law, J.D., 2002
Year of First Admission:
2003
Admission:
2003, New York; 2011, Florida; 2003, Massachusetts
ISLN:
920487172

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Lexington, Massachusetts

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