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Lisa M. Alberto Attorney At Law - Milford, MA

189 Main Street Milford, MA 01757

Updated: 02/18/2024

Milford Family Law Firm

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189 Main Street Milford, MA 01757

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  • 508-634-1923

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By Amy K. on Mar. 22, 2022

0.5 out of 5 stars

Do not use this woman! She is a terrible lawyer. She may have been a good lawyer once, but she is in a different place now. I went in for a divorce and she charged me $5,000 and for her first order of business, I had to write the initial email to my ex-husband?s lawyer. It just went downhill from there. She took 3-4 vacations within 6 months and spent more time on the golf course than helping me out. I had to continually repeat my story to her and continue to remind her of my information. The cherry on the sundae was that the Friday before my Monday Pre-Trial she quit! She did so because I disagreed with some things my husband wanted and she got mad when I asked her to negotiate. I hired a new lawyer for half what she charged me who was able to get me what I wanted and more. Lisa Alberto is a tired lawyer who should not be taking other people's money.

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