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Claudette-Jean Girard, Attorney at Law - Springfield, MA

1380 Main StreetSuite 302 Springfield, MA 01103

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Updated: 06/30/2021

Springfield Family Law Firm


Attorney Girard is a skilled and knowledgeable professional in the areas of divorce and family law. She brings to her clients empathy, understanding and compassion through first-hand professional expertise and personal experiences. Attorney Girard realizes the stress, frustration and complexities of divorce along with the affects it has on her clients and families as a whole and supportively guides her clients though this painful process...

About Claudette-Jean Girard, Attorney at Law

Practice Areas

  • Family Law


  • 100%

Classes and Seminars

  • Hampden County Bar Association Children's Law Project Training
  • Speech & Language Developmental Center
  • Palmer Parent Advisory Council
  • Elms College Homecoming Weekend 2008

Pro Bono Activities

  • Senior Partners for Justice, 2009 - Present
  • Pre Trial Clinic, 2010 - Present




  • Tonya Lorraine Blanchard, Office Manager, 413-886-0200
  • Tommy Le, Legal Assistant
  • Lydia-Jean Papuga, Receptionist


Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


1380 Main StreetSuite 302 Springfield, MA 01103

Office Hours

9am to 5pm, Evening and Weekend Appointments Available

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