ALISON A. LOWE
ABOUT ALISON A. LOWE
With a primary practice located in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, Alison represents individuals and families throughout the Commonwealth in matters that affect them most fundamentally. For over thirty years, Alison has provided clients with sound advice and dedicated representation, offering a confident and compassionate approach to navigating the justice system with detailed attention to each client's individual needs. Alison works in partnership with her clients, keeping them informed on all aspects of their cases through timely and accessible communication.
Attorney Lowe handles family law matters involving child custody, visitation and support, property and debt division, modifications and contempt.
Attorney Lowe is a strong defense against District Court criminal charges including OUI, assault, property crimes, and drug charges. Reasonable Doubt at a Reasonable Price.
Do the police want to talk to your son or daughter? Has your child been charged with a "delinquent" offense in the Juvenile Court? Attorney Lowe brings 25+ years of knowledge and experience in this highly specialized area of the law.
ABUSE PREVENTION ORDERS (RESTRAINING ORDERS)
(PLAINTIFF OR DEFENDANT)
An abuse prevention order (sometimes called a restraining order or 209A order) is a civil court order intended to provide protection from physical or sexual harm caused by force or threat of harm from a family or household member, or someone you have been dating. Whether you are the Plaintiff or Defendant in an abuse prevention order proceeding, Attorney Lowe has the knowledge and experience to advocate for you in Court.
DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES (DCF)
For more than 25 years, Attorney Lowe has been successfully representing clients involved with all aspects of DCF child abuse and neglect investigations. Would you trust a plastic surgeon to perform open heart surgery on your loved one? When it comes to DCF, Attorney Lowe has the experience and dedication to represent your interests in this highly specialized area of the law.
GRANDPARENT VISITATION; GUARDIANSHIP OF A MINOR
Whether you are seeking visitation with your grandchild or guardianship of a child whose parents are unable or unavailable to provide care, Attorney Lowe has the knowledge and experience to address your needs.
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