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Jenna M. Bergeron

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Experienced & Reliable Family Law Attorney in Massachusetts

Attorney Jenna M. Bergeron’s goal is to help her clients navigate through difficult times in their lives and guide them toward achieving their long-term goals. She uses her experience in complex domestic cases involving divorce, child support, spousal support, property division, post-judgment modifications, contempt, paternity issues, and grandparents’ rights. Attorney Bergeron is licensed to practice in state and federal courts in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the State of New Hampshire.

Jenna loves the personal relationship she develops with each of her clients. She understands that ideal family law outcomes can differ greatly from case to case and from person to person. That’s why her approach is always firmly client focused. As she develops relationships with her clients, she learns their goals, their positions, and their perspective on their case. She uses this information to develop a strong strategy that allows her clients to get the desired outcome for their case. She likes to make a positive impact on her clients by helping them get to a place where they can move forward with their lives.

As an attorney, Jenna is known for creative negotiation and crafting settlements tailored to her clients’ needs. She has the experience and the skills to handle high-conflict cases and guide clients through the best possible solutions. She knows that going through family legal issues is hard, so she keeps clients informed on important details about their case and develops strong relationships with them to understand their desired outcome. As a result, her clients feel cared for throughout the entire process.

Jenna is a graduate of Framingham State University where she received her BA. She majored in Politics and received minors in Psychology, Sociology, and Philosophy. She later attended New England School of Law. Attorney Bergeron has a wide array of experience in domestic relations, criminal defense, civil litigation, and appellate practice.