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Linda Sternberg, Esquire - Watertown, MA

133 Spring Street Watertown, MA 02472

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Updated: 07/09/2021

Watertown Family Law Firm

About Linda Sternberg, Esquire

Previous Law Firm Name

  • Elder & Sternberg, January 1, 1984

Practice Areas

  • Family Law


  • 75%

Classes and Seminars

  • Guide to Divorce Practice and Procedure, Massachusetts Appleseed Center for Law and Justice, 1998
  • Organizing Your Trial Notebook, CPCS/MCLE, 1996
  • Preparing Your Case: Developing and Presenting a State Intervention Child Custody Case, CPCS, 1991
  • The Role of Attorneys in Care and Protection Cases and the Attorney-Client Relationship, Boston Juvenile Court Clinic, 1990
  • Care and Protection Training, MCLE, 1987

Pro Bono Activities

  • Senior Partners for Justice, 2006 - Present
  • Lawyer for a Day - Suffolk County




Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


133 Spring Street Watertown, MA 02472


  • 617-722-8350

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