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We guide individuals and families through difficult family law matters such as divorce and child custody disputes, working for an outcome that puts you and your family in a better place.
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A Firm Focused On Helping Clients Through Family Changes

Whether you are facing a divorce, a custody dispute or another family law matter, you need more than an aggressive advocate. You need a counselor who cares about the outcome of your case and the long-term effects.

At Reade Law Firm, PC, we focus on helping people through some of the most difficult times in their lives and changes to their family, including divorce, custody disputes, and complex property division.

Our approach to family law puts you first. We believe that to properly advocate for your interests, we first need to understand your background and goals. We take the time to listen to your story so that we can persuasively present it to a judge, mediator, or opposing counsel.

We also take the time necessary to explain the legal process to you, including the procedures and laws. The legal process can be confusing, stressful and often slow moving. By explaining the process and rationale, we endeavor to make the process easier and use it to your advantage.

Principle and founding attorney Teresa Reade has an extensive background in general litigation as well as all aspects of family law. Learn more about her background by following the link below:

Schedule Your Initial Consultation

Contact Reade Law Firm, PC, today for a consultation with an experienced lawyer. Call our Peabody office at 978-767-4667 or send us an email. We look forward to working with you.

Preparing For Your First Meeting

We are here to help guide you through the process, but preparation will assist us in ensuring you have a better idea of what to expect. We encourage you to read our frequently asked questions and write down any other questions so we can be sure to answer them at our meeting.

If you have an existing judgment, order, or agreement, bring these documents to our meeting. If you are coming to discuss a new divorce, you do not necessarily need any documents, but it is good to have a rough idea of the income and assets that you and your spouse have.