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The law firm of Bolgen & Bolgen was founded in 1994, and we have been practicing law continuously in Woburn, Massachusetts since then.

Stig Bolgen


Attorney Stig Bolgen graduated from the Massachusetts School of Law in 1993.  He has specialized in the practice of family law in Middlesex, Essex and Suffolk counties for over twenty years.

Claudia Leis Bolgen


Attorney Claudia Bolgen graduated magna cum laude from Boston College Law School in 1990.  After practicing for four years with the Boston law firm of Ropes & Gray, she began her appellate practice specializing in criminal law and family law appeals in 1994.  In 2001, the Committee for Public Counsel Services presented her with the Mary C. Fitzpatrick Children and Family Law Award.  In December 2008, she was named a 2008 Lawyer of the Year by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.  Attorney Bolgen has been asked to speak at numerous continuing legal education seminars on topics relating to appellate advocacy and brief writing.

 

Did You Know:
Like doctors, lawyers specialize in certain areas of the law.  We are NOT a general practice firm.  Both attorneys have spent years honing their skills in their legal specialties.  We believe that this specialization allows us to provide our clients with the highest level of service.
   

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110 Winn Street, Suite 204, Woburn, MA  01801

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