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An Attorney Invested In You And Those You Love

If you’re going through a difficult family law issue, the last thing you need is a stuffy attorney who doesn’t show that they respect and empathize with what you are experiencing. Thankfully, you don’t have to choose between head and heart when you hire Greco Law, PLLC. I’m attorney Laura Greco Naylor. I’m passionate about the law and how the law can be used to make a real difference in the lives of my clients.

Located in Woburn, my firm serves clients throughout the Boston metro area, Essex, Suffolk and Middlesex counties. My practice is almost entirely focused on family law, allowing me to offer highly knowledgeable advice and skilled representation in this complex legal area.

To learn about my professional credentials and legal background, click on the link below to read my bio:

Striving For Success With Tenacity And An Unparalleled Work Ethic

I’ve spent more than 25 years working in the legal industry. After graduating cum laude from Notre Dame, I worked as a court reporter, which sparked a passion for the law. I continued working 60-hour weeks as a court reporter while studying law in the evenings at New England School of Law.

Clients and colleagues have described me as energetic, tenacious, flexible, caring and a great listener. I believe that the success I’ve been able to achieve on behalf of my clients stems from my passion for the law, my propensity for hard work and my belief that at its best, the law is a service-oriented profession.

Talk To A Skilled And Caring Family Law Attorney Today

If you’d like to learn more about how I can help you with your family law matters, contact my office in Woburn, to schedule an initial consultation. Just call 781-925-7630 or send me an email.

The information provided on this site is intended for general informational purposes only and should not be interpreted as legal advice.  Consult an attorney to obtain individual legal advice. Please be advised that this material may constitute advertising under the rules of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts.