Boston, MA, September 24, 2018 – Day Pitney LLP announced today that Alisa L. Hacker has joined the firm as a partner in the Litigation Department in its Boston office. Hacker was previously a partner at Sugarman, Rogers, Barshak & Cohen, P.C., where she served as Chair of the Domestic Relations & Probate Litigation Group.
"Alisa is a well-established litigator and adviser with extensive probate and family law experience, which will directly benefit our individual clients," said Daniel FitzMaurice, Chair of Day Pitney's Litigation Department. "With her impressive litigation background, Alisa will augment the services we offer to our individual clients and complement our firm's Trusts & Estates practice, which is one of the largest on the East Coast. The firm is focused on strategic growth in key practice areas within our footprint, and we are delighted to have her join our team in Boston."
In the area of probate litigation, Hacker represents trustees, personal representatives, other fiduciaries, and beneficiaries in matters involving will contests, disputes over estate administration, and complaints for judicial instructions, declaratory judgments and equitable remedies. In contested conservatorship and guardianship actions, she represents clients petitioning to have a court appoint a guardian or conservator to oversee the medical well-being or finances of a vulnerable person who cannot manage his or her own care.
A certified mediator and conciliator, Hacker's practice encompasses all aspects of family law, including complex divorce cases, disputes over custody, visitation and parenting time, issues of child support, alimony, and division of the marital estate, paternity matters, requests for modification of divorce agreements and judgments, and contempt actions. In addition, she counsels clients in the negotiation and drafting of prenuptial and post-nuptial agreements.
"Day Pitney has a strong reputation as a full-service firm that provides the highest level of client service across a wide range of industries and disciplines," Hacker said. "I am thrilled to work alongside its talented litigators and trust and estate lawyers, and look forward to leveraging the firm's strong presence in Boston for the benefit of clients."
Hacker received her B.A., cum laude, from Saint Olaf College and her J.D. from Boston University School of Law. She is admitted to practice in Massachusetts.
With over 60 attorneys, Day Pitney's Trusts and Estates practice collectively has hundreds of years of invaluable experience. Hacker will work closely with the Boston-based attorneys in this group, who were recently recognized in the 2018 Chambers High Net Worth (HNW) Guide* for Private Wealth Law. In addition, the firm received a Band 1 ranking in Massachusetts by Chambers.*Chambers High Net Worth results are issued by Chambers and Partners. A description of the selection methodology can be found here. No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey. Attorney advertising. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.
On January 13, Darian Butcher will moderate and Alisa Hacker will speak at the Boston Bar Association webinar, "Breach of Fiduciary Duty Litigation: Superior Court Versus Probate & Family Court."
Margaret Meehan, Tiana Gianopulos and Alexis Gettier collaborated on an article, "New Direction: The Connecticut Uniform Directed Trust Act" for the Quinnipiac Probate Law Journal.
Mark Romance authored an article, "Five Tips for Representing a Non-Party Served with a Document Subpoena: Welcome to the Party?," published by the American Bar Association Section of Litigation.
Mark A. Romance authored an article, "Five Tips for an Effective Mediation Statement," which was published by the American Bar Association, Section of Litigation.
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