Amy Sollins Attorney at Law
Amy Sollins represents families and children in a variety of contexts. Her practice areas include divorce, asset division, child support, custody, alimony, paternity, post-divorce modifications, contempt, guardianships of minors, child welfare (DCF), and grandparent visitation.
Amy handles contested litigation in the Probate and Family Court as well as attorney-assisted dispute resolution. She is also an experienced appellate attorney, representing people who want to appeal final judgments that resulted from a trial or appeal from temporary orders.
Regardless of the family situation that brings you to her door, Amy will seek creative and cost-effective solutions to your problems. She recognizes that every client's situation is unique: she is nonjudgmental. She is a good listener and she is responsive and timely in communicating with her clients. Amy will support and guide you through this challenging time and enable you to move forward with confidence.
Swarthmore College, 1997
Major in Psychology
University of Connecticut School of Law, 2004
Massachusetts Bar Association
Former Member of the Family Law Section Council
CPCS Children and Family Law Appellate Panel
CPCS Mental Health Division Appellate Panel
Legasey & Niarchos, LLC
Law Office of Neila J. Straub
Massachusetts Superior Court
University of Pennsylvania, Center for Cognitive Therapy
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Biobehavioral Unit