At the law firm of Kajko, Weisman & Colasanti, LLP, we represent individuals, families and closely held businesses throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire. We provide professional legal counsel in matters ranging from divorce cases, corporate and business matters, criminal defense and employment disputes to real estate transactions and civil litigation.
We understand the importance of timely and effective legal representation, and we emphasize efficiency and responsiveness in meeting our clients’ legal needs. Contact us by phone or email to schedule a confidential consultation at no charge with one of our skilled attorneys.
We are known throughout the region for our top-tier representation and lengthy record of success in meeting client challenges. The lawyers at our firm are attentive to the needs of our clients and work to accomplish their goals in a cost-effective manner.
Our practice encompasses family law, corporate and business transaction, criminal defense, personal injury, business litigation, employment law, real estate and much more.
Whatever your legal circumstances, our experienced team of attorneys brings together the depth and breadth of experience to effectively address your concerns. Our dedication to hard work and quality representation has won us the respect of many repeat and long-term clients.
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