PAULA H. NOE, Esquire
PAULA H. NOE has practiced Massachusetts family law since 1987, and offers her clients several options, since she can serve as a Collaborative Attorney, as a Mediator, as a Parenting Coordinator, or as Settlement Counsel; Paula concentrates in helping families through crises with dignity and respect, via alernative dispute resolution wherever possible, in Newton, Massachusetts.
She has been named a ‘WOMAN OF DISTINCTION IN LAW AND PUBLIC SERVICE’ by the Massachusetts Association of Women Lawyers, for her achievements as a Massachusetts family law attorney and her contributions to the world of alternative dispute resolution. She served as the President of the Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council from 2005 to 2006; she is a founding member and served as a board member and as a member of the President’s Advisory Council.
As a collaborative attorney, she attempts to lead her clients to dispute resolution, to mutual solutions via client-centered negotiation. See www.massclc.org and www.collaborativepractice.com for more information about the collaborative practice protocol. She teaches and lectures at trainings and speaking engagements about Collaborative Law and about ethics in the family law and business law arenas. She represented the husband in the precedent-setting Massachusetts custody of frozen embryos case, AZ v. BZ, which was ultimately decided by the SJC in her client's favor in 1995.
She is admitted to practice in Massachusetts and at the U.S. Supreme Court.
PAGE L. DE CAMARA, Esquire
Page practices family law at Law Offices of Paula H. Noe. Page received her J.D. from New England Law Boston in May, 2011, and she was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in November, 2011. Page recently completed the Collaborative Law Training by the Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council in September. During law school she interned at various law firms and has gained experience in Disability Law, Criminal Law, and Civil Litigation. After law school Page interned at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Boston as the Clerk Intern to the Pro Se Law Clerk.
Page is also an accomplished musician. Prior to law school, she received her Bachelors in Violin Performance at the Hayes School of Music in North Carolina. In 2005 Page moved to Chicago to study with a member of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and formed the Artesian String Quartet. After much deliberation, she decided to move back to North Carolina to complete coursework for the Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy. Page is currently on the Media Committee for the Massachusetts Association of Marriage and Family Therapy and she enjoys integrating her knowledge of family dynamics to the practice of law through the Collaborative Law process.
If you are considering divorce and would like someone to talk to, please Contact Me for a free initial consultation. I can be reached by phone at 617-658-2913 or by email.