“We aggressively and efficiently fight your case, focusing on the most cost-effective method to achieve the best possible results.”
STRIVING FOR EXCELLENCE IN PRESENTING YOUR CASE
The attorneys at Doherty, Dugan, Cannon, Raymond & Weil, P.C. are experienced and tested litigators who will aggressively and efficiently fight your case, focusing on the most cost-effective method to achieve the best possible results.
The firm handles a wide range of disputes, including business, real estate, divorce, employment, personal injury and estate and probate related disputes.
“We’re continually trying to map out the best strategy to achieve your goals,” says Attorney Steven D. Weil. “That strategy could include any number of different ways of resolving a matter, including negotiation, mediation, arbitration, or trial. We work hard to determine the best methods for reaching your goals and will explore whatever method is going to be most effective.” The process starts with understanding what you are trying to accomplish.
Our litigators have deep and varied experience trying cases at all levels and types of courts, including arguing cases in the Massachusetts District Court, Probate and Family Court, Land Court, Superior Court, Appeals Court, Supreme Judicial Court and Federal Court.
Our attorneys succeed because they strive for excellence in presenting your case. They perform the legal research to understand how the law applies to your case. They carefully prepare written pleadings that incorporate the strengths of the arguments in your favor. They hone their oral presentations to effectively communicate your positions to the Court. When these tasks are done with a respect for the process and the parties involved, they maximize your chances of prevailing. Our attorneys also understand the appellate process, which focuses exclusively on written arguments. Our litigators have successfully appealed cases involving divorce and family law, trust law, fiduciary accounts, preliminary injunctions, substituted judgment, easements, termination proceedings, restraining orders, termination of parental rights and landlord-tenant disputes.