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At our next meeting on Thursday September 5, 2013, Justin L. Kelsey, Esq. will speak to us about the new Child Support guidelines for Massachusetts.
The new guidelines have become effective on August 1, 2013. The Child Support Guidelines are used by Trial Court judges in setting temporary, permanent or final orders for current child support, in deciding whether to approve agreements for child support, and in deciding cases that are before the court to modify existing orders.
Justin Kelsey has been a practicing attorney since 2004. He is a Partner of Kelsey & Trask, P.C., in Natick, Massachusetts.
A resident of Natick, Justin’s experience has provided him with all of the tools necessary to well serve his clients in a number of areas of the law. Today, Justin specializes in divorce mediation and representation, paternity, 209A, modification, bankruptcy, and collection of debts.
Justin graduated from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (B.S. 2001) and Boston University School of Law (J.D. 2004). While attending Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Justin met Matthew P. Trask. They became friends and stayed in contact throughout their separate law school experiences.
Justin was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in December 2004 and is also a member of the Bar of the Federal District Court for Massachusetts and the First Circuit Court of Appeals.
When Matthew decided to relocate to Massachusetts, Justin decided to leave his employment with Stevenson & Lynch, P.C. to open a new firm, Kelsey & Trask, P.C., with Matthew in Natick, Massachusetts.
Justin has successfully resolved numerous divorce, paternity and other family law cases, both by settlement and through litigation and trial.