Martha R. Bagley, Esquire
Prior to founding Bagley Law P.C., Attorney Bagley practiced law with her father Ralph at Bagley & Bagley, P.C. in Boston gaining experience in all Courts of the Commonwealth. During those fourteen years, she earned a reputation in the legal community as a skilled litigator and proficient researcher and writer.
Attorney Bagley focuses her practice in the area of probate and family law and has successfully represented hundreds of clients in their matrimonial, estate and custody matters. In addition to private clients, Attorney Bagley frequently advises and provides attorneys consultation on trial advocacy and evidentiary issues. She is admitted to practice in all Courts of the Commonwealth and has experience in oral advocacy before the Probate Court, US District Court, Superior Court and the Massachusetts Appeals Court.
Attorney Bagley has lectured at Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, New England Law and in 2005 became a member of the University of Oxford Round Table in recognition of her study and writing on women’s rights and her lecture on family law.
An active member of the bar, Attorney Bagley serves as the Secretary/Treasurer of the Boston Port and Seamen’s Aid Society, a Trustee of East Boston Savings Bank, a Director of the East Boston Savings Bank Charitable Foundation, and is a member of the Essex, Massachusetts Bar Associations and the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys.
Attorney Bagley is a member of the faculty of Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education and teaches an annual course on the introduction and exclusion of evidence. She also served on the Executive Committee for the Boston Inn of Court during her ten year membership and on the Board of Editors for Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly from 2005 through 2008.
Attorney Bagley received her BA from Boston College in 1985, a Graduate Certificate in Government from Boston College in 1988 and her JD from New England Law in 1994.
Amy T. Sollins
Amy T. Sollins has concentrated her practice almost exclusively on family law matters since she was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in 2004. She has represented individuals in all aspects of family law matters, including divorce, paternity, guardianships, equity, and domestic violence matters. Amy has also served as law clerk to the justices of the Massachusetts Superior Court and as judicial intern to U.S. Magistrate David Martin of the U.S. District Court of Rhode Island.
Amy is an active member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, where she held a seat on the Family Law Section Council from 2008-2010. Amy was on the faculty of the 19th Annual Family Law Conference in 2009 and chaired a panel on issues of interstate custody. She also previously served as Section Editor of the family law section of the Massachusetts Bar Association Section Review. She is the author of Practitioner’s Perspective: Guardianship of Minors Practice in the Probate and Family Court that appeared in Section Review V11, N1 (2009).
Amy is a Fellow of the Massachusetts Bar Foundation and served on the Grant Advisory Committee in 2009. She has also served as a mentor to the Women’s Bar Association’s Family Law Project.
Amy is a graduate of Swarthmore College and the University of Connecticut School of Law.
Amanda F. Zoecklein
Attorney Amanda F. Zoecklein is a licensed attorney in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts where she concentrates in family law, estate planning, probate estate administration, contract review and negotiation, and civil litigation. She is admitted to appear before the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts.
Attorney Zoecklein is actively in the community. She is Secretary to the Middleton Recreation Commission. She is also a member of the Greater Boston Family Law Inn of Court, the Essex County Bar Association and the North Shore Women Lawyers Association. She received her legal education from the University of New Hampshire School of Law and her undergraduate degree from Rochester Institute of Technology.