Areas of Expertise
Department of Children and Families (DCF)
209A / Restraining Orders
Attorney Levy is a senior associate attorney who brings a precise, client-focused approach to the law that combines superior legal scholarship with commonsense solutions to address clients’ legal concerns. In the court room, Attorney Levy’s depth of legal knowledge, as applied to the facts of each of her clients’ cases, provides the backbone for the kind of poised, well-organized legal arguments that Probate and Family Court judges favor. Among her peers, Attorney Levy is known as a focused, strong-willed negotiator with an eye for detail and aptitude for deal-making.
Readers of the Lynch & Owens blog have grown familiar with Attorney Levy’s encyclopedic knowledge of Massachusetts family law from the dozens of long-form blogs she published on subjects, including child custody, child support, alimony, asset division and the Department of Children and Families. Her richly detailed explorations of Massachusetts family law are among the most widely read publications available online in her subject areas. Indeed, Attorney Levy is regularly told by fellow attorneys that her blogs form the basis of a successful argument used in court.
Attorney Levy’s reliable excellence is the result of hard-earned experience in the field. Before becoming an attorney, Attorney Levy spent several years as a legal advocate assisting victims of domestic violence in the Probate and Family Court and criminal courts across Massachusetts.
Nicole K. Levy is a Massachusetts divorce lawyer and family law attorney whose areas of concentration include divorce, child custody and support, alimony, asset division, domestic violence, complex financial litigation and Department of Children and Families matters.
Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court
U.S. District Court, Massachusetts
First Circuit Court of Appeals
J.D. New England Law School
B.S. University of Rochester
More About Attorney Levy
Attorney Levy served as a prosecutor in the West Roxbury Division of the Boston Municipal Court under S.J.C. Rule 3:03, and as a Victim and Witness Advocate for the Worcester County District Attorney’s Office, working in the Superior and Districts Courts. In addition, Attorney Levy is certified by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to appear as appointed counsel in the Probate and Family Court and the Juvenile Courts.
After her admission to the Massachusetts bar, Attorney Levy was an associate attorney for a civil litigation firm in Boston, representing insurance companies in contract and tort litigation, as well as under the consumer protection statute. Prior to joining Lynch & Owens, Attorney Levy was an associate attorney with Nasios & Associates with a primary focus on family law issues, including divorce, custody, child support and alimony, modification and contempt actions.