Richardson Law represents clients in divorce proceedings, mediation, property division, child custody and parenting time throughout southeastern Massachusetts.

Camala A. Richardson, Esq.
Camala A. Richardson, Esq.Founding Attorney
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Camala A. Richardson combines zealous advocacy and compassionate counsel. She guides clients through the divorce process and resolves related matters involving child custody, parenting time, child support and alimony. In all her work, Cam Richardson is committed to achieving her client’s goals and protecting their rights. She realizes schedules are hectic so she offers evening and weekend appointments and provides her clients with her cell phone number.

Cam has experience in all aspects of domestic relations practice including child custody and parenting time, child support, paternity, divorce, alimony, modifications and guardianships.

Cam pays particular attention to accurate analysis and valuation of the myriad of assets and financial interests often at stake in a divorce, whether they are business interests, various investments, stock options, or pension and profit sharing plans, and considers the tax consequences both of dividing assets and establishing support obligations. Cam has developed a network of professionals with whom she works closely and who provide specialized assistance in these areas.

Paul G. Farrell, Esq.
Paul G. Farrell, Esq.Of Counsel
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Paul G. Farrell is recognized locally and nationally as a preeminent Family Law practitioner. For decades, Paul has represented clients in highly contested matters related to the custody of children in high net worth matters which often include family-owned businesses which have been passed from one generation from the next. There are very few attorneys who can match the accolades of Attorney Farrell who was admitted in 1973 to Rhode Island and U.S. District Court, District of Rhode Island and, in 1975, to Massachusetts and U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts.

Throughout these years, Paul has been devout to the practice of family law which provides him an insight to apply the law to the facts of a matter as only a true scholar can.

In addition to practicing law, Paul has guided fellow attorneys by serving on panels and by authoring numerous documents which include but are not limited to: “Temporary Orders and Support,” and “Direct Examination Practice & Procedure,” Family and Civil Law Section, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education.

Co-Author: “Jurisdiction Demystified,” 2003; “Cohabitation,”; “Evidentiary Issues in Family Law Trials,” and “How Try a Family Law Case,” Family and Civil Law Section, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, 1989; 1990; “Massachusetts Evidence Workshop Handbook,” Professional Education Systems, Inc.; “Divorce and Taxes: How to Present a More Sophisticated Analysis to the Court,” 9th Annual Family Law Conference, 1999. Author, Lecturer, Tax Aspects of Divorce Seminar, Mass Continuing Legal Education, 2007. Lecturer: “The Basics of Family Law,” Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, 1994, 1996; MCLE Seminar, Child Custody and Support, 2009. Trustee, Massachusetts Bar Foundation (Member, 1996-1998; Treasurer, 2000-2001; President, 2002-2003). Appointed, Administrative Justice, Probate Court Pretrial Committee, 1996. Treasurer: Legal Services for Cape Cod and Islands, 2003-2004; South Coastal Counties Legal Services. Chairman, Board of Directors, South Coastal Counties Legal Services, Inc., 2008.

Sandra E. Lundy, Esq.
Sandra E. Lundy, Esq.Of Counsel
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Along with 2021, Richardson Law welcomes Attorney Sandra E. Lundy, a graduate of Yale Law School. Cam and Sandy have come to know each other over the years through their participation in organizations that zealously advocate for indigent victims of domestic violence as well as organizations committed to break barriers in advancing women lawyers. Cam and Sandy have celebrated each other’s achievements for many years. They believe teaming their talents within one firm will benefit clients even further.

With Richardson Law, Sandy will continue to provide her sophisticated, knowledgeable, and zealous representations to individuals and organizations in domestic relations and all civil appeals. As Cam says, “Sandy is well known for handling complex cases with extraordinary creativity, skill, and passion. Sandy brings with her the widespread recognition from her legal peers, including being named a Massachusetts “SuperLawyer” for the past three years and obtaining Certification as a Financial Litigator.” Sandy is also a certified mediator and serves as a Category F Guardian ad Litem in the Massachusetts Probate and Family Court.

Sandy is a member of the Boston Chapter of the American Inn of Courts. She is a frequent faculty member at professional seminars and has authored numerous legal articles. Additionally, Sandy served as Senior Attorney at the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, working with the Justices on matters of first impression regarding constitutional, statutory, and common law in both civil and criminal appeals.

Representative appellate cases include D.B. v. J.B., 97 Mass. App. Ct. 170 (2020); Ogles v. Johnson, Appeals Court No. 18-P-841 (June 20, 2019); and, Commonwealth v. Stampley, Appeals Court No. 14-1535 (December 23, 2015).

Alicia M. Brown, Esq.
Alicia M. Brown, Esq.Of Counsel
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Richardson Law welcomes Attorney Alicia M. Brown, a 2011 honor graduate of the University of Massachusetts School of Law. Cam and Alicia met during their tenure at UMass Law and Richardson Law believes the addition of Alicia to the firm will be a great benefit to our clients.

Joining Richardson Law marks Alicia’s return to the private sector, having worked in the public sector for the previous nine years. Her most recent work focused on the supervisory and labor relations arenas. Alicia will bring her vast knowledge base, keen attention to detail, and zealous advocacy to individual and business clients alike.

Alicia has previously worked with individuals and businesses with the firm Bono & Brown, P.C., and has experience in family law and small business incorporation. Alicia has developed an acute attention to detail from her work as the Managing Editor of the Roundtable Symposium Law Journal, the publication of the UMass Law Review.

Alicia received her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology in 2006, Magna Cum Laude, and her Master of Arts in Criminal Justice in 2007. She has received several commendations and awards for her work in the public sector and was named the 2011 UMass Law Alumni Association Ambassador. Alicia is a member of the American Bar Association.

Dawn MacGregor, Esq.
Dawn MacGregor, Esq.Partner
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Meagan R. King, Esq.
Meagan R. King, Esq.Associate Attorney
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Meagan R. King joined Richardson Law in July 2021 as an Associate Attorney.

Meagan graduated magna cum laude from Suffolk University Law School in May 2020 and was admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in January 2021. While attending Suffolk University Law School, Meagan worked for two different civil litigation law firms in the Boston area and represented tenants in wide range of landlord-tenant matters as a Student Attorney in the Suffolk University Accelerator Practice Clinic.

At Suffolk University Law School, Meagan was an Academic Leadership Scholarship recipient which is an award given to the top five students in each section who have earned the highest grade-point average.

Meagan was an editor on the Suffolk University Journal of Health and Biomedical Law and a Marshall Brennan Constitutional Law Literacy Project Fellow.

Upon graduation from Suffolk University Law School, Meagan relocated to Cape Cod and worked first as a law clerk and then as an associate attorney at the Quinn, Correa & Gaynor, P.C. where she practiced a wide range of civil litigation.Meagan serves as a member of the board of the Massachusetts Bar Association Young Lawyer’s Division representing Barnstable County. Meagan is excited to work alongside the Richardson Law team as she gains the necessary knowledge, experience, and skills to be the best advocate for her clients.

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Richardson Law is growing and has opportunities for family law attorneys as well as a paralegal and legal assistant. The ideal candidates are resourceful, well-organized, flexible team players who pay attention to detail, and have the ability to prioritize and multi-task in a time sensitive environment. Additionally, candidates enjoy working with numbers and are well-experienced with Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel.

Richardson Law is a boutique law firm which supports its attorneys and staff in developing their legal careers and emphasizes a culture of growth and opportunity. We offer a competitive salary with bonus opportunities and a benefits package in a great working environment. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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