Nicole’s practice focuses on complex Family Law matters, including divorce, post-divorce, parenting, and guardianship litigation. Her practice also focuses on estate planning and probate litigation matters. Nicole has briefed and argued cases before the New Hampshire Circuit Court Family Division, including those on the specialized Family Division Complex Case Docket designed for high value and/or highly contentious matters. She has also briefed cases before the New Hampshire Circuit Court Probate Division, including those on the specialized Trust Docket designed for complex trust cases.
Prior to joining the firm, Nicole was a judicial intern for the Honorable Judge Richard Tucker at the Massachusetts Superior Court for Worcester County. She was a research assistant for Dean, then Professor, Andrew Perlman for “A Behavioral Theory of Legal Ethics” published in the University of Indiana Law Journal, Professor Charles P. Kindregan for the third edition of Assisted Reproductive Technology: A Lawyer’s Guide to Emerging Law & Science to be published by the American Bar Association, and Professor Stephanie Roberts Hartung for work on active New England Innocence Project cases. As a research assistant for Professor Hartung, Nicole worked on an amicus brief filed with the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court on behalf of a wrongfully convicted man, leading to his release from prison on a stay of execution and eventual exoneration.