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January 23, 2018

Cynthia Stone Creem, Gayle Stone-Turesky

Sugarman Rogers expands domestic-relations practice with addition of Gayle Stone-Turesky and Cynthia Stone Creem

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Boston law firm Sugarman Rogers announced today that it has expanded its domestic relations and probate litigation practice with the addition of two experienced Boston divorce lawyers, Gayle Stone-Turesky and Cynthia Stone Creem, both formerly of Stone, Stone and Creem. The two lawyers have joined Sugarman Rogers as Of Counsel.

Sugarman Rogers managing partner Christine Netski said: “It is exciting to have these two dynamic colleagues join our busy domestic relations practice. We were impressed with their record of success at the firm their parents founded here in Boston in 1967, and are thrilled to welcome both Gayle and Cindy to Sugarman Rogers.”

Gayle has represented clients in family-law and probate matters for almost four decades. Her practice includes divorce, modification, custody, paternity, pre- and post-nuptial agreements, guardianships, administration of estates, and probate litigation. She has consistently been named a Massachusetts “Super Lawyer,” and is an active member of the legal community. She is currently co-chair of the Boston Bar Association’s family law Legislative Committee, and served on a state task force concerning the guidelines for child-support in divorce matters.

Cynthia has practiced domestic relations law for almost 50 years, is recognized as a leader in the local bar, and is a recognized Massachusetts “Super Lawyer.” She works primarily in the areas of divorce, custody modification, alimony, child support, paternity, appeals, estate administration, and probate law. Cynthia also serves as a special master to assist private parties in resolving such matters, and as a court-appointed mediator. Since 1998, Cynthia has served as a member of the Massachusetts State Senate. During her time as a Massachusetts Senator, Cynthia has served on many committees including the Ethics, Steering and Policy, and Joint Committee on the Judiciary. In addition she vice chaired the Special Senate Committee on Cyber Security Readiness, as well as the Joint Committee on Review. Currently Cynthia is the chair of the Senate Committee on Bills in the Third Reading, and is the Assistant Majority Leader.

Gayle received her J.D. from New England Law, cum laude, and her B.A. from Simmons College. Cynthia received her J.D. from Boston University School of Law, and her B.S. from Boston University School of Management.

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