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The Halks Firm Welcomes Heather Bialonczyk

Associate Attorney Heather BialonczykAssociate Attorney Heather Bialonczyk

At The Halks Firm, we are pleased to welcome Attorney Heather Bialonczyk to the legal team. Ms. Bialonczyk delivers effective legal counsel and advocacy to our clients regarding legal disputes involving domestic relations law in Massachusetts, such as divorce and child custody cases. She also represents clients in personal injury cases involving traffic collions and slip & fall incidents.

Ms. Bialonczyk attended the University of Rhode Island where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration. She was accepted into Suffolk University Law School and earned her Juris Doctor degree. While studying law, Ms. Bialonczyk gained experience at the Family Law Clinic and as a Judicial Clerk to the Honorable Judge Sara Taft-Carter of the Rhode Island Superior Court. Before she joined The Halks Firm legal team, Ms. Bialonczyk worked at a personal injury law firm in Boston.

Attorney Bialcozyk’s experience and drive as a law student working at a Family Law Clinic, and her legal insight as a Judicial Clerk makes her a valuable addition to our family law team at The Halks Firm. We look forward to working with Heather Bialonczyk and sharing in her successes as a keen legal advisor and zealous advocate for our clients.

Contact The Halks Firm for Quality Legal Representation

If you need legal advice regarding a legal matter concerning Massachusetts domestic relations law, you should consult our family law team at The Halks Firm. Founded by Attorney Nicholas Halks, our legal team is poised to provide Newton families with comprehensive and effective legal advice and advocacy in support of their legal rights and interests in cases including alimony, paternity, divorce, and child custody.

For a free consultation regarding your available legal options, call The Halks Firm at (781) 995-0107 or contact us online today.