Catherine Becker Good

Amy Saunders, Esq. Divorce Lawyer in Massachusetts

Catherine Becker Good, Esq.
Attorney At Law

Catherine has been practicing law for 29 years.  During her many years in practice, Catherine has appeared before most judges in the Probate Courts across the state.  Given her exposure to the various courts and judges, Catherine is able to provide insight into a particular judge’s practices and strategize a legal course of action that best benefits the client.

Catherine has also dedicated most of her years in practice to defending clients in criminal cases in the various district courts across the state.  Catherine is well respected among her colleagues and Assistant District Attorneys.  Catherine handles all district court cases, including: operating under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs, domestic violence, larceny and motor vehicle offenses.

Additionally, Catherine represents clients in filing for chapter 7 petitions.  Catherine will walk the client through the bankruptcy process, from preparing the petition to appearing before the Court for the meeting of creditors.  All of Catherine’s clients have successfully filed for, and been granted discharges, under chapter 7.  

Catherine has a personal approach in interacting with her clients.  She treats each client as if they are her only client.  Please read Catherine’s client reviews to see what past clients have to say about Catherine and her representation of them.

EDUCATION

Suffolk University Law School, Juris Doctorate.
Northeastern University, Boston, MA. Bachelor of Science Business Administration, Magna Cum Laude

ADMITTED

Commonwealth of Massachusetts

AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

Northeastern University – Hutchinson Memorial Award –
Suffolk University Law School – Jurisprudence Award

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