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Attorney Tasha Buzzell
Attorney Tasha Buzzell

Tasha Buzzell

I am Tasha Buzzell, and I assist my clients with life’s many transitions and changes. I measure success in terms of reaching satisfying solutions that enrich my clients’ lives. I spend time with my clients discussing concerns, fears, and history, while encouraging clients to explore solutions and look towards the future so that clients are empowered to move forward with their lives. After spending two years working closely with the Probate and Family Court judges in Massachusetts as a judicial law clerk, I have a unique understanding of the court process. The vast majority of my cases are resolved before trial using interest-based negotiations, collaborative techniques in which both parties receive what they need in order to reduce conflict, and a steady process of identifying your goals and finding a way to reach them. For those cases that do require time in court, I am always ready to fiercely advocate. I welcome the opportunity to assist you and welcome any inquiries you may have.

  • 2018 Sun Chronicle Top 20 Under 40 award recipient
  • Court-appointed conciliator for Bristol County Probate and Family Court, with a heavy focus on child custody related conflicts
  • Court-appointed Guardian ad Litem in child custody cases in Bristol County, Plymouth County, and Norfolk County
  • Court-appointed Guardian ad Litem in guardianships and conservatorships in Bristol County
  • Court-appointed Guardian ad Litem for incapacitated persons in divorces in Bristol County
  • Trained and experienced mediator: divorce, family law, elder law, child custody, divorce avoidance
  • Pro Bono Service Awards from the First Justices and South Coastal Counties Legal Services
  • 2006 JD Suffolk University Law School (with honors)
  • 2002 BA Holy Cross (with concentration honors)
  • Rappaport Fellowship Alumna (Harvard/Suffolk/Rappaport Institute)
  • Merit Scholar at Suffolk University Law School
  • Two-term Probate and Family Court Judicial Law Clerk in Bristol, Plymouth, Norfolk, Worcester and Suffolk Counties
  • Featured in Suffolk University Law School Alumni Magazine, Boston Business Journal and the Christian Science Monitor
  • Past 3 year Chair of the Arc of Bristol County’s Human Rights Committee, current committee member
  • Past program coordinator at a family shelter for survivors of domestic violence
  • Drafted legislation funded by then-Governor Mitt Romney, which increased program and service accessibility statewide for survivors of violence who had sensory, emotional and/or cognitive disabilities
  • National Sociology Honor Society and Sociological research presented internationally
Attorney Tasha Buzzell
Attorney Tasha Buzzell

James (Jim) Goldberg

Attorney Goldberg has retired from litigation as of June 30, 2017.  His cases are now being handled by Attorney Buzzell.

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