At the Studley Law Offices we invest in success in terms of staff, office amenities and technology. Middleborough trial attorney John E. Studley Jr. is supported by a team of three professional paralegals who ensure that each client receives the personal attention they deserve, even when our attorney is in court. Our modern office environment uses the latest legal technologies for smooth administration of cases and to stay abreast of recent changes in the law.
We value professionalism in every area of our practice. Middleborough trial attorney John Studley is admitted to practice law before the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts. He is a member and past President of the Plymouth County Bar Association, and a member of the American Association for Justice (AAJ) and the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Lawyers. The exclusive focus of his legal practice for the past twenty years has been trial advocacy and every resource in our practice is used to succeed.
When you work with the Studley Law Offices you can expect an empathetic staff that takes the time to understand your needs and goals, that communicates with you regularly, and that aggressively represents your interests in the courtroom or at the negotiating table. We invite you to review a few of our recent successful cases and then to contact us to discuss your case with an experienced trial attorney.
We assist clients in the Middleborough, Massachusetts area with a wide range of legal concerns that may to end up in court, including
Divorce and Child Custody
Personal Injury cases including car accidents, truck accidents, animal bites
Wrongful Death cases throughout Massachusetts
Criminal defense: our lawyer handles felony and misdemeanor cases, including operating a motor vehicle under the influence (OUI / DWI)
Litigation for business disputes and for employees charging discrimination
Skilled Massachusetts Lawyer
When you are preparing for trial, the assistance of a knowledgeable lawyer can prove invaluable. An experienced lawyer can effectively advise you regarding your rights and options, and help you make informed decisions to protect yourself.
At the Studley Law Offices, we provide effective legal representation for individuals and businesses in Massachusetts. We provide criminal defense representation and handle a wide range of civil litigation matters - including divorce, personal injury and business litigation.
To schedule a confidential consultation with an experienced lawyer, contact our offices today.
Providing Effective Trial Advocacy
We provide the highest quality legal services to obtain results that meet or exceed client expectations. From offices in Middleborough, Massachusetts, we offer exceptional representation, without the need to travel to Boston.
Although we practice in a variety of fields, all of our practice areas have one common element: we resolve legal disputes through effective courtroom advocacy. This is true whether we are representing someone who has been accused of drunk driving or we are resolving family law disputes.
Dedicated to Excellence
Attorney John E. Studley Jr. is dedicated to providing exceptional abilities as a trial lawyer. He was recently elected to the Board of Governors for the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Lawyers. He is a past President of the Plymouth County Bar Association. He regularly attends continuing education and training.
He is regularly appointed by the Courts in many of his practice areas, from judges who know that he has the knowledge and resources to effectively handle a wide range of legal issues. He has accepted appointments as discovery master, escrow agent, guardian ad litem, commissioner, and special administrator in estates. He has also served as a court-appointed mediator.
Whether your concerns pertain to family law or personal injury, criminal defense or business litigation, we have the experience to get the results you need. Contact our offices today to schedule a confidential consultation with a knowledgeable attorney.
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