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Cynthia Stone Creem
Cynthia has practiced domestic relations law in Boston for almost 50 years, and is recognized as a leader in the local bar. Before she joined Sugarman Rogers in 2018, Cynthia was a partner at Stone, Stone and Creem.
Cynthia works primarily in the areas of divorce, custody modification, alimony, child support, paternity, appeals, estate administration, and probate law. She also serves as a special master to assist private parties in resolving such matters, and as a court-appointed mediator. Cynthia has consistently been named a Massachusetts “Super Lawyer” by the publishers of the annual peer-review survey.
Cynthia is a member of the Massachusetts State Senate. Since 1999, she has served as the senator for the First Middlesex and Norfolk District, which encompasses the city of Newton and the town of Brookline, as well as part of the town of Wellesley. 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.
Cynthia is active in the Boston legal community: she is a member of the Boston Bar Association and of the Massachusetts Bar Association, where she served as chair of the Family Law Section. She is also a fellow of the Women’s Bar Association. Since 2005, Cynthia has consistently been named a Massachusetts “Super Lawyer” in the area of family law by the publishers of an annual peer-review survey.
Domestic Relations & Probate Litigation
Boston University School of Law, J.D.
Boston University School of Management, B.S.