Chelsea Strauss concentrates her practice on domestic relations, including divorce, paternity, child custody, child support, asset division, and modification actions. Chelsea understands the sensitivity of these matters and brings a high level of compassion to her work.
While in law school, Chelsea served as an S.J.C. Rule 3:03 Certified Student Attorney in the Suffolk University Law School Family Advocacy Clinic. She worked with clients on a variety of family law issues. Prior to that, Chelsea was a law clerk for a family law practice in Boston. Chelsea served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Judge Richard A. Licht at the Rhode Island Superior Court.
Before attending law school, Chelsea interned at a Domestic Violence Advocacy Center, where she began to craft her skills.
JD, Suffolk University Law School. She was President of the Legal Innovation and Technology Student Association and was a member of the Children and Family Law Club. BA, Psychology, cum laude, Syracuse University.