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About Fraier & Maillet, P.C.
Worcester Divorce Attorneys
With nearly fifty years of combined legal experience, the divorce attorneys at Fraier & Maillet, P.C. have built a reputation as one of the leading mediation and divorce law firms in Central Massachusetts. We are well-respected for our approach to divorce law, and protecting our clients in their family law matters. Our Northborough, MA divorce law firm is conveniently located near the towns of Shrewsbury, Westborough, Southborough, Milford, and Hopkinton. We serve the Worcester, MA, and MetroWest areas.
Our Divorce & Family Law Services
We provide our clients with divorce mediation services, litigation services, and prenuptial agreements. Fraier & Maillet uses a caring and common-sense strategy to resolve complex family law matters. You will experience our compassionate approach from your initial contact with our office and you will appreciate our ability to guide you through difficult family situations with a clear sense of purpose.
We offer personalized service, flexible hours, and reasonable fees. Contact us to schedule a call today.
Areas We Serve
Our attorneys provide mediation and divorce services to all Massachusetts cities, towns, and areas, including:
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