Attorney Marc A. Grimaldi
Attorney Grimaldi received his Juris Doctorate from Massachusetts School of Law, where he served as President of his Student Bar Association and a member of Law Review. He graduated in 1997, and was duly admitted to the practice of law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Marc formerly served as a member of the Winchester Conservation Committee, has held elective office four times and was also a member of a local school committee. Attorney Grimaldi’s legal practice focuses primarily in the areas of Domestic Relations Litigation, representing clients in areas including separation, divorce, paternity, child custody and visitation, child support, guardianship, and ante-nuptial agreements, and grandparent visitation, to name a few.
Attorney Grimaldi understands the stresses and emotions clients may experience in their lives as they litigate their case. He works hard to provide a tailored case direction and strategy which helps his clients achieve their goals in a cost effective and efficient manner.
Attorney Grimaldi also represents clients in the areas of Criminal Defense, Restraining Orders, Motor Vehicle and Registry Matters, Real Estate, Landlord/Tenant and other civil matters.
Attorney Sandy Pesiridis
Attorney Pesiridis assists clients in the area of Domestic Relations. Attorney Pesiridis received her Juris Doctorate at Suffolk University School of Law in 2000 and is admitted to practice before the Massachusetts Bar. Attorney Pesiridis received a political science degree, Phi Beta Kappa, at Trinity College in Hartford, CT. Attorney Pesiridis comes from a general civil litigation background, having practiced in Superior Court, District Court, U.S. District Court and the Probate and Family Court Department of the Trial Court at McKenzie & Associates, P.C. from 2003 until 2009. Prior thereto, Attorney Pesiridis was an associate at Barron & Stadfeld, P.C. from 2001 until 2003, where her practice included employment law, domestic relations litigation, personal injury law and business litigation.
Amy McNamee – Associate Attorney
Attorney McNamee assists clients in the areas of Domestic Relations and Criminal Defense. Attorney McNamee received her Juris Doctorate from Suffolk Law School in 1996 and was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar that same year. Before law school, she was employed at Scudder Stevens and Clark Investment Firm where she worked with Private Investment Counsel and Mutual Fund Portfolio Management. Attorney McNamee received a liberal arts degree from Harvard University.
Attorney McNamee worked as an Assistant District Attorney in Suffolk County 1998 -2010. Early on she was assigned to the West Roxbury District Court, The Boston Municipal Court and then was promoted to Suffolk Superior Court. She was assigned to Suffolk County District Attorney’s Gang Unit and Senior Trial Team where she investigated unsolved crimes in the Grand Jury with Detectives from the Boston Police Department and prosecuted Gang related cases in Suffolk Superior Court.
After leaving the District Attorney’s Office in 2010, she started a law practice and represented clients in all most every county in the Commonwealth. Most of her practice focused on criminal defense though she also represented clients in Probate cases, Civil and Housing matters, Clerks Hearings, Restraining Orders, City and State Hearings with Fair Housing and The Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.