Lisa M. Raymond, P.C. is a family law and divorce attorney as well as a mediator in West Bridgewater, Massachusetts. She is committed to serving her clients' needs with integrity, efficiency, and compassion.
Her objective is to be the preferred provider of results-orientated and principled legal services, which will empower individuals to flourish, taking full advantage of the law.
Attorney Raymond has been a family law attorney, practicing in Southeastern Massachusetts since 1991. After many years in Plymouth, Massachusetts, she established her business Lisa M. Raymond, P.C. in West Bridgewater in 2002. In 2009 she expanded her practice to include Mediation after becoming a Certified Divorce Mediator.
For over 25 years Attorney Raymond has represented Husband, Wives, Mothers, Fathers and even Grandparents in all matters in the Probate and Family Court. When complete agreement cannot be reached, Attorney Raymond prepares and presents Motions for Temporary Court Orders regarding custody, parenting time, child support, alimony, payment of mortgage and other household expenses. She advocates at Pre-Trial Conferences and litigates trials in the Probate Courts in Plymouth County (Brockton and Plymouth), Bristol County (Taunton, Fall River and New Bedford) and Norfolk County (Canton).
Attorney Raymond will personally handle each case from inception to conclusion. Each client is assured that Attorney Raymond will make every effort to amicably resolve his or her case.
Lisa Raymond historically contributes to the community, volunteering in Raynham Parent organizations, Raynham Adult Volunteers for Education (RAVE), as a Catechist, Assistant Softball Coach, Sponsor of youth soccer and baseball leagues, neighborhood association President, Member of the Board of Directors of Pembroke Chamber of Commerce, Southeast Collaborative Law Council Treasurer, Legislative Chair of the Plymouth County Bar Association, Lawyer of the Day.
At this time she is proud to serve as the President of the Board of Directors for the Raynham Public Library.
Attorney Raymond is honored to continue to receive referrals from members of the community, including other family law attorneys as well as current and past clients.
Attorney Raymond was educated at Boston Latin School, Suffolk University and Suffolk Law School.
Legal Family Matters
At your initial consult, it is helpful to bring a copy of your most recent paystub, your spouse's paystub, your tax return, and W2 or 1099. Copies of deeds to any property you own are also helpful.
If you plan to initiate an action against your spouse, bring a certified marriage certificate, as well. The filing of paternity actions requires a long-form birth certificate for each child.
If someone has filed a legal action against you, please bring copies of those documents. When you are seeking to modify a prior judgment or seek contempt charges if an opposing party is failing to comply with a prior order or judgment, please bring a copy of the particular order or judgment.
Attorney Raymond recognizes that you may not always have immediate access to these documents, but if they are readily available the initial consultation is more productive, and your rights are protected as quickly as possible.