Robin M. Lynch Nardone

Chair, Divorce & Family | Co-Chair, Private Client

Boston, MA
D: 617.345.3265

"Clients facing divorce and family-related issues need a compassionate advocate to help them through a difficult process. Our attorneys use their breadth of knowledge and expertise to achieve positive results for clients confronted with deeply personal legal matters."

Overview
Bar Admissions

Massachusetts

Education

J.D., cum laude, Suffolk University Law School, 1997

B.A., cum laude, Sociology, Middlebury College, 1993

Robin Lynch Nardone is chair of the firm's Divorce & Family Law Group and co-chair of the Private Client Group. Robin has more than 20 years of experience helping clients through challenging family law matters, whether through negotiation and settlement, or contested litigation. She specializes in handling high net worth divorce, high conflict custody/parenting disputes, same-sex marriage and divorce issues, paternity actions, removal cases, child support and alimony actions, as well as adoption. Robin has extensive experience in the negotiation and drafting of prenuptial agreements, post-nuptial agreements, and divorce settlement agreements.

In addition to litigation, Robin is a trained family law mediator. As a neutral mediator, she helps couples amicably resolve family law issues through informed negotiation.

Honors & Awards

Honors & Awards

2017-2018 Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce Women's Leadership Program

Massachusetts Super Lawyers (2013-2018) 

Massachusetts Rising Stars (2009-2011)

Community Involvement

Community Involvement

Women's Bar Association Family Law Project

  • Mentor

Memberships

Boston Bar Association Family Law Section

  • Continuing Legal Education Sub-Committee

Greater Boston Family American Inn of Court

Women's Bar Association

American Academy of Certified Financial Litigators

  • Founding Member
Speaking Engagements

Speaking Engagements

"20th Annual Family Law Conference 2017," Speaker, MCLE, May 2017.

"Caselaw and Legislative Update 2015," Panelist, MCLE 18th Annual Family Law Conference, April 2015

"New Developments in the Use of Parenting Coordinators and Guardians ad Litem," Moderator, Boston Bar Association CLE Program, January 2015

"Family Law Year-in-Review 2014," Panelist, MCLE Seminar, February 2014

"Caselaw and Legislative Update 2013," Panelist, MCLE 16th Annual Family Law Conference, April 2013

"Child Custody and Support Update, 2012" Panelist, MCLE Webcast Program, July 2012

"Alimony Reform: Here and Now," Co-Chair, Boston Bar Association CLE Program, February 2012

"Ansin and Postnuptial Agreements," Speaker, Boston Bar Association Family Law Section Event, May 2011

"Drafting and Litigating: Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements," Panelist, Boston Bar Association Family Law Section CLE Program, October 2010

"Tips for Negotiating and Drafting Separation Agreements," Co-Chair, Boston Bar Association, March 2010

Articles & Publications

Articles & Publications

“Grandparent Visitation in Massachusetts,” examiner.com, June 24, 2014

“Temporary alimony is not counted when calculating alimony duration” examiner.com, April 4, 2014

“How much child support is enough?” examiner.com, August 29, 2013

“Can I get an annulment?” examiner.com, August 7, 2013

“New child support guidelines,” examiner.com, June 24, 2013

Robin is also a regular contributor to the Massachusetts Divorce Law Monitor Blog.

Resources
Robin M. Lynch Nardone
Practices
  • Divorce & Family
Education

J.D., cum laude, Suffolk University Law School, 1997

B.A., cum laude, Sociology, Middlebury College, 1993

Admissions

Massachusetts

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