Downtown Boston, Massachusetts

Law Offices of Robert E. Badger

Specializing in Family Law and Special Education Advocacy

Law Offices of Robert E. Badger

265 Franklin Street, Suite 1702
Boston, MA 02110
(617) 963-3599
Law Offices of Robert E. Badger, Attorneys, Services, Boston, Massachusetts

For special education advocacy, you need someone who understands its laws and procedures, and a general practice attorney is unlikely to have time to gain complete knowledge of them. That’s why the team at the Law Offices of Robert E. Badger in Boston, MA, has been focusing solely on two practice areas — special education and family law — for more than two decades. Their legal professionals provide the best counsel possible by staying up to date on all details that impact these pursuits.  

Whether you need a divorce lawyer for a contentious custody battle or want to update your child’s individual education plan, you can rely on the Law Offices of Robert E. Badger to devise innovative solutions to your most complicated problems. Their legal team considers it a privilege to represent each client who walks through their door and strives to provide professional service with a personalized touch. They will be attentive to your unique legal concerns and tailor a resolution to them.

The Law Offices of Robert E. Badger provides unparalleled legal counseling in family law and special education. You can count on them for skilled guidance if you’re facing a legal separation, divorce, marital property division, child custody, or child support issue. They also offer assistance with divorce mediation and the modification or enforcement of a family court judgment. In the realm of special education law, they handle everything from individualized education plans to special education appeals.

If you need a lawyer in Boston who will do everything possible to protect your family’s best interests, turn to the Law Offices of Robert E. Badger. Visit the firm online to learn more about their legal services, and call (617) 963-3599 to schedule a consultation with an attorney.

Announcements & Events from Law Offices of Robert E. Badger
3 Important Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Divorce Lawyer, Boston, Massachusetts
Divorce tends to be a stressful time. To manage day-to-day obligations and the logistical and emotional toll, many people require the support of a qualified attorney. When you decide...read more
Boston special education attorney to facilitate discussion of the IDEA at the Autism Law Summit , Boston, Massachusetts
October 26, 2017 8:00AM - October 29, 2017 5:00PM
On October 29, 2017, Bob Badger will co-facilitate a discussion of recent developments in the Individuals with Disabilities in Education Act (IDEA), as part of a day-long workshop of...read more
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What Can a Divorce Attorney Do for Me?, Boston, Massachusetts
Divorce proceedings are inherently complicated, especially if children or significant assets are involved. Even those who foresee an amicable split benefit from hiring a divorce...read more
United States Court of Appeals gives parents powerful tools to advocate for their child’s special education needs, Boston, Massachusetts
We bring good news to parents who are fighting to make sure their disabled children receive the free and appropriate public education (FAPE) that federal law requires.  On Septe...read more
Understanding Family Law Annulments & How They Affect You, Boston, Massachusetts
While a divorce officially dissolves the legal bond between two people, an annulment declares the marriage the void, as if it had never occurred in the first place. Family law in mos...read more
If you have a child with special needs, your role as a parent includes advocating for their education. When you are not satisfied with the quality of your child’s lesson plans or the...read more
How you approach talking to your little ones about divorce can have a significant impact on how they process the experience, soothing their fears and reinforcing their feelings of se...read more
In Massachusetts, family law requires both parents to provide for their children. This typically means the noncustodial parent will make regular child support payments to the custodi...read more
Parents often contact us to ask how much child support they will receive or pay.  This question can become complicated, but general guidelines apply to most situations.  Al...read more
There is good news for children with special needs.  On March 22, 2017, the Supreme Court of the United States clarified the minimally acceptable quality of Individualized Educa...read more
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is a special education law that mandates schools must cater to the academic needs of eligible students who have disabilities. U...read more
Divorce is a difficult time that can bring out the worst in everyone involved. However, it’s essential to put your best foot forward, especially if you have children, to avoid harmin...read more