Marc E. Fitzgerald
Marc E. Fitzgerald
Marc E. Fitzgerald is a member of the Family and Probate Law Group. He is a Partner of the firm and specializes in family law.
His practice encompasses all aspects of domestic relations and probate litigation, including divorce, custody, modification, child support, paternity, guardianship, adoption, and will contests. Mr. Fitzgerald handles high conflict disputes in a variety of litigation involving complex business valuation, asset division, inheritances, custody disputes, domestic violence and non-traditional family structure.
Prior to joining Casner & Edwards, LLP, Mr. Fitzgerald was an associate at Godson & DiPiano, LLP where he concentrated in matrimonial and family law. Prior to that, Mr. Fitzgerald was a law clerk and associate at Cooley Manion Jones, where he focused on complex litigation.
Mr. Fitzgerald is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court of Massachusetts, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, and the courts of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Mr. Fitzgerald is a member of the Boston Bar Association and the Massachusetts Bar Association.
Mr. Fitzgerald has been appointed to the Massachusetts Bar Association Family Law Section Chair for 2010 - 2011. As Chair, he will preside over monthly meetings of the section council and hold a seat as a section representative on the House of Delegates. The Family Law Council is charged with analyzing and preparing legislation, developing educational and professional development programs, producing articles and formulating and recommending policy and legislative positions to the House of Delegates.
Mr. Fitzgerald also has appeared on the Emily Rooney Show on WGBH Boston to discuss legislative issues on alimony as part of his role with the Massachusetts Bar Association.
Mr. Fitzgerald is a graduate of Boston College. He obtained his law degree from New England School of Law, where he was President of the Honors Moot Court in 2001-2002. Mr. Fitzgerald is recognized as a Rising Star by Boston Magazine.
A Line for a Good Reason
Reforming Massachusetts Alimony Laws
- Boston College
New England School of Law
U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit
- Honors & Awards:
- New England Rising Star®
- Massachusetts Bar Association
Boston Bar Association