Carrie Goldman Massachusetts Divorce Lawyer

Overview

Carrie R. Goldman is a family law attorney and mediator with over fifteen years of family law experience. Her practice is focused on all aspects of divorce, including complex asset valuation and division, child-related matters, including child support, child custody and removal, post-divorce modification, enforcement of alimony, child support and other judgments, negotiating and drafting prenuptial and postnuptial agreements and case consultation and evaluation.

Attorney Goldman is dedicated to providing her clients with attentive and personalized representation and practical strategic solutions. She is a vigorous advocate and skilled negotiator and is known for achieving excellent results for her clients in an efficient manner.

Prior to co-founding Goldman & Sidgwick, LLP, Attorney Goldman practiced family law at Ginsburg & Leshin, LLC in Wellesley and prior to that at a downtown Boston boutique family law firm.  She also worked in the area of Social Security disability law representing clients in administrative law hearings throughout the United States.

Attorney Goldman received her Juris Doctor from Suffolk University Law School in 2005 and she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Boston University in 2001. Attorney Goldman is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (December 2005), the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit (January 2008) and the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts (February 2008). She is a trained mediator and member of the Massachusetts Council on Family Law Mediation (MCFM).

Attorney Goldman enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter, son and family rescue dog. She is an avid tennis player having earned a tennis scholarship to Boston University and she competed in professional women’s tennis tournaments. She also enjoys running, biking, all other racquet sports, visiting Michigan where she was born and raised, and hiking and traveling to Sebago Lake, Maine with her family.