Amy Huff-Harris, Esq.

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Amy Huff-Harris is an assertive yet compassionate family law attorney in Massachusetts. She graduated magna cum laude with her J.D. from Suffolk University Law School in 2004 while also earning a Master’s in Public Administration from the Suffolk University Frank Sawyer School of Management. She received her B.A. in Communications from Emerson College.

Knowing divorce is difficult for everyone involved, Attorney Huff-Harris has spent the past 10 years working to help her clients obtain the best possible result for themselves and their families while mitigating the emotional turmoil of the process.

Amy Huff-Harris is an assertive yet compassionate family law attorney in Massachusetts. She graduated magna cum laude with her J.D. from Suffolk University Law School in 2004 while also earning a Master’s in Public Administration from the Suffolk University Frank Sawyer School of Management. She received her B.A. in Communications from Emerson College.

Knowing divorce is difficult for everyone involved, Attorney Huff-Harris has spent the past 10 years working to help her clients obtain the best possible result for themselves and their families while mitigating the emotional turmoil of the process.

She handles divorce, paternity, child custody, parent’s rights, parenting time, parental alienation, child support, alimony, property division, father's rights, grandparents' rights, and domestic violence cases (including both 209A emergency hearings and 209A defense). She is experienced in serving the military and LGBT communities as well.

Understanding that children need both parents to be active in their lives, Attorney Huff-Harris is a tough advocate for their right to maximum time with each parent. She also believes parents should insulate their children from involvement in their domestic relations disputes and will help her clients to protect them from being in the middle of adult conflict.

Attorney Huff-Harris practices in Bristol, Essex, Middlesex, Norfolk, Plymouth, and Suffolk counties.


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Family Law

We all enter relationships with the best intentions but sometimes they just don’t work after a while. Especially if children are involved, it is so important to try to make your marriage work, but if you and your spouse get to the point where that is not possible and a split is inevitable, there is a lot at stake - Custody, Support, Assets, and even your Mental Health. A Divorce is one of the most stressful situations you will ever have and it is crucial to have the right representation to get you through it all with the best possible result.
Give me a call today. Let’s talk. -Amy.

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