JEROME L. AARON
Attorney at Law
Diligent, Personal Legal Representation
Purchase/sale of home or condominium
Litigation of real estate disputes
Commerical lease disputes
Jerome L. Aaron has been practicing law for more than 30 years. He practices primarily in family law, and has been concentrating in this area for more than 15 years. For a description of Mr. Aaron's qualifications and background, please VIEW HIS BIOGRAPHY >>
Attorney Aaron's philosophy and approach to the practice of law:
As family law matters are treated uniquely in our legal system, I will discuss these first. Being a good family practice lawyer does not mean being a "bulldog." Hiring "the toughest lawyer in town," whomever that may be, may seem like a good idea, but it rarely achieves appropriate results. It is most often destructive to the client, the opponent, and the children.
Many lawyers believe that family law, particularly divorce law, is among the most difficult type of law practice. Good family lawyers must possess a complex mix of qualities not found in every person or every lawyer. Among those qualities are: the ability to distance oneself from the intense emotions of the conflict; the ability to evaluate a case and give the client realistic advice, credibility with the court, toughness, empathy, scholarship, creativity, diligence, tenacity, patience, and good communication skills.
BIOGRAPHY ATTORNEY AARON
JEROME L. AARON
Jerome L. Aaron has been a member of the Massachusetts bar and actively practicing law since 1980. He holds a J.D. degree from Boston University School of law.
Attorney Aaron is an active member of the Massachusetts Bar Association. He served the maximum three years on the MBA's Family Law Section Council. his term ending in 2009. Section Council is a deliberative body that formulates family law policy for the MBA, gives educational programs for other lawyers, issues official comments on proposed rules and laws, and initiates legal briefs to the appellate courts on issues of importance.
Attorney Aaron has served as co-chair of the Massachusetts Bar Association Family Law Legislative Practice Group, whose mission is to review and comment on legislation filed by others and draft legislation to be filed on behalf of the MBA, and he has served on the Probate & Family Court Model Parenting Plan Working Group, along with several judges, lawyers, and psychologists. He has published two articles of note on family law.
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