About Attorney Barach
Resolving Complex Family Law Matters in MA for 20+ Years
Matthew P. Barach is a family law trial attorney and appellate family law
specialist in Massachusetts.
He appears regularly in Middlesex, Norfolk, Worcester, Suffolk and Essex
County Family Law Court. He also appears before the Massachusetts Appeals
Court, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court and the First Circuit
He was on the winning side and responsible for two of the most important
landmark family law cases case in the history of the Commonwealth pertaining
to the New Alimony Reform Act and child custody - removal of a minor child
from the Commonwealth.
George v George and Miller v Miller.
He is the author of the soon to be released book The Family Law Guide to
Appellate Practice. He is responsible for a number of articles in family
law. Among them are:
A Mistrial in the Probate Court, Massachusetts Family Law Journal 2016 and The
Importance of Exigent Circumstances Supporting Temporary Orders in Modification
Actions in the Probate Court, Massachusetts Family Law Journal 2016.
He regularly is granted the highest Avvo.com distinction and has been rated
as a top 10 family law attorney in Massachusetts and a top 100 Lawyer
in America by various rating organizations. He is considered by many attorneys
“the fixer” in family law in the Commonwealth.
For aggressive, knowledgeable representation in your complex case involving
contact Saponaro Barach Bingham LLP.
Wayland High School - 1988
Clark University, distinction with a double major in history and government.
University of California, Hastings School of Law, Juris Doctorate - 1995
- American Bar Association
- Massachusetts Bar Association
- Middlesex County Bar Association
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