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Doherty, Ciechanowski, Dugan & Cannon, P.C. was formed in May 2003 by the merger of Doherty & Ciechanowski, P.C. and the Law Offices of Dugan & Cannon. The Firm’s philosophy is to provide our clients with the highest quality of work at a reasonable cost. We achieve this by focusing our attention and experience on each case at the outset, to resolve what can be resolved, and to find the fastest and most cost effective means to achieve our clients’ goals and objectives. We pride ourselves on our congenial responsiveness to our clients’ concerns. We are active in our community and are proud to have been named “Business of the Year” for 2004 by the United Chamber of Commerce “for outstanding leadership in community service and dedication to the continued enhancement of the business community”. Our firm makes providing professional, efficient, and effective legal services, a top priority. Business Law Criminal Defense Divorce and Family Law Employment Law Estate Planning Litigation Mediation Personal Injury Real Estate The attorneys … [Read More...]
On June 10th and June 13th, Attorneys Steven Weil and Michelle Raymond will serve as panel members in a Divorce Basics training seminar sponsored by Metro West Legal Services. The program is a three-evening seminar designed to give attorneys the … Read More...
In recognition of May as National Elder Law Month, Attorneys John Dugan, Steven Weil, Jennifer Taddeo and Melissa Howitt are presenting a series of seminars at local Councils on Aging to educate people about elder law. National Elder Law Month is … Read More...
By David Riley | Daily News Correspondent | August 28, 2011 Leaders of the state's public defender system will soon detail a plan to hire more staff attorneys to represent the poor and contract less of that work to about 3,000 private lawyers … Read More...