Joanne E. Romanow handles high-conflict disputes in family law. Her practice encompasses all aspects of domestic relations and probate litigation, including divorce, custody, modification, child support, paternity, guardianship, and will contests. Joanne handles a variety of litigation involving asset division, complex business valuation, inheritances, custody disputes, domestic violence and non-traditional family structure. She has been appointed as a guardian ad litem by the Probate and Family Court and regularly serves as parent coordinator in high conflict cases. She has also acted as a mediator and conciliator in domestic relations matters.
Prior to joining Casner & Edwards, LLP, Joanne was a partner at Schlesinger and Buchbinder, LLP in Newton where she concentrated in matrimonial and family law. Prior to law school, Joanne worked as a caseworker for the Onondaga County Department of Social Services, Children’s Protective Services.
Joanne 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. She is also admitted to practice in New York State.
Joanne is a graduate of Syracuse University, magna cum laude, and obtained her law degree from Boston College Law School.