Stone, Stone & Creem is a unique law firm in the heart of downtown Boston concentrating in the area of Family Law. The firm has a long-standing tradition of providing superior legal representation for such matters as Divorce, Appeals, Separation, Child Custody and Visitation, Alimony, Asset Division, Child Support, Post-Judgment Modifications, Complaints for Contempt, Paternity Actions, Interstate Removal, Pre-nuptial Agreements, Abuse Protection Complaints, Non-traditional Family Issues, and Adoptions. Family law can be a complex and emotional area of the law. A family law matter is rarely simple and each case requires its own approach. Retaining experienced counsel is essential to ensuring that your rights and welfare will be protected.
Cynthia S. Creem, Esquire – a partner at Stone, Stone & Creem has established herself as one of Boston’s best attorneys, specializing in the above mentioned areas of family law for over 40 years. Cynthia S. Creem also serves as Special Master for private parties and as appointed by the Court.
Gayle Stone-Turesky, Esquire – a partner at Stone, Stone & Creem has been an attorney in the family law field for over 30 years. Gayle Stone-Turesky was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar and the United States District Court, District of Massachusetts in 1980. Since 2005 and every year thereafter, Gayle Stone-Turesky has been selected as one of Boston Magazine’s Super Lawyers specializing in the area of family law.
Judith McKinnon, Esquire joined the firm in September 2000. Judith McKinnon received her law degree from Suffolk University Law School in 1999 and was admitted to the Massachusetts bar that same year. Thereafter, she worked as a law clerk in the Massachusetts Probate and Family Court system. Since 2007 and every year thereafter, Judith McKinnon has been selected as one of Boston Magazine’s Rising Stars, an honor given to young attorneys in Massachusetts.
Katie D. Cintolo, Esquire joined the firm in September 2010. She earned her law degree from New England School of Law in 2008 and was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar that same year. Thereafter, she worked as a law clerk to the Justices of the Massachusetts Probate and Family Court in the Administrative Office, as well as in Middlesex, Norfolk and Worcester Counties. Katie D. Cintolo is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, the Boston Bar Association, and the Women’s Bar Association.