|Joanne Meyers, Founder|
The law firm of Novick & Meyers, with its main office located in Chelmsford, Massachusetts, practices Divorce & Family Law, Personal Injury, and Probate & Estate Planning primarily in Middlesex and Essex and Worcester counties. We serve clients in the cities within these counties, including but not limited to Lowell, Westford, Tewkesbury, Acton, Dracut, Littleton, and Carlisle.
Our firm consists of professional and dedicated lawyers who focus primarily on divorce, family law, personal injury cases and probate matters including probate administration and estate planning. No matter what legal issue you are facing, we are caring and compassionate attorneys who operate with dignity, integrity, diligence and zeal in all legal matters.
Novick and Meyers offers quality personalized, individual service and attention. We do so in order to gain a complete understanding of the legal situation you are facing, whether it is divorce, injuries from an auto accident, or a probate or estate matter. We are extremely knowledgeable about the litigation process and we will diligently pursue whatever is necessary to advocate in the best interests of our clients. We will always provide an honest assessment of your case and advise you of the legal options available to you.
We make ourselves available for our clients by providing a 24-hour answering service at your convenience. We also provide free half hour consultations for all legal matters relating to family law, personal injury, or estate planning. When it comes to defending your rights, or the rights of your family, we offer quality, persuasive, diligently, zealous and aggressive legal representation in court. You can trust the law firm of Novick & Meyers to provide effective legal counsel for you and go that extra mile for you to ensure successful results.
If you have concerns regarding Divorce & Family Law, Personal Injury, or Probate & Estate Planning matters, please contact us today for a free ½ hour initial consultation.
We Help Persons and Families in Need
- through devastating injuries
- through divorce and family issues
- through the death of a loved one
- planning for your families future