Paula H. Noe, Esquire, of Newton, MA., practices family law and can serve as Advocate, Arbitrator, Collaborative Attorney, Divorce & Family Mediator, Parenting Coordinator or Settlement Counsel.
Paula has been named a ‘WOMAN OF DISTINCTION IN LAW AND PUBLIC
SERVICE’ by the Massachusetts Association of Women Lawyers. She is a 2013 Top Rated Lawyer as recognized by the American Lawyer Media and Martindale-Hubbell™. She is Past
President of the Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council and is a
founding member of the Council; she currently serves on the Advisory
Committee, at the request of the President, as well as on various other
She has trained other professionals in Collaborative
Law for the Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council and for the American
Bar Association, and has written and lectured extensively about
Collaborative Law practice and ethics, both locally and nationally. She
is currently Co-Chair of the Family Law Committee of the American Bar
Association’s Dispute Resolution section.
She also serves on the
Collaborative Law Committee of the American Bar Association section of
Dispute Resolution, and on its Ethics subcommittee where she co-authored
its 2008 Ethics position paper.
She is admitted to practice in Massachusetts and at the U.S. Supreme Court.
‘Family dispute resolution and the practice of collaborative law: helping families choose and shape the future...'
I assist clients throughout the Newton, Wellesley, Brookline, Cambridge and Boston area with the following services:
To educate yourself on the divorce process please feel free to browse some of the articles I have written in the following publications: