SALEM, MASSACHUSETTS (PRWEB) October 21, 2013
Massachusetts Family Law Attorney John G. DiPiano has walked the walk of larger firms, now he's finding that 1 isn't the loneliest number, professionally speaking that is . . .
"From the day I graduated from law school in 1995 I wanted to be a part of a firm." That desire was achieved, Attorney DiPiano worked for government, for a small suburban law firm, for a 70+ member Boston law firm, and then established a partnership that housed 6 lawyers. "I've had wonderful experiences and great professional success," says DiPiano. He has indeed; in 2006 Attorney John G. DiPiano was chosen a Super Lawyers Rising Star, he edited the Massachusetts Family Law Journal for years (and still remains as a senior editor), he co-edited the practice guide Massachusetts Domestic Relations, 5th. ed., a publication other lawyers consult to learn to do what DiPiano does, and he has lectured at MCLE and National Business Institute seminars. He is lecturing next month on the issue of complex asset issues in the context of divorce. Attorney DiPiano is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association and is a Fellow of the International Acadmey of Matrimonial Lawyers.
When he's not practicing, law, editing scholarly journals and publications, founding law firms and generally tending to his professional pursuits, Attorney DiPiano spends time with his family in Marblehead, sails, and putters around the house.
"While I liked working in groups, I found myself increasingly isolated in terms of expressing my own brand of professional creativity and from my clients," Attorney DiPiano explains. "The format of a group dynamic of more than a few people promotes task delegation -- in fact it requires it -- so I was always at least one person away from my clients," he says. "In my new format my clients deal more-or-less directly with me- they like it, and I like it," DiPiano exclaims. "And, I am closer to home," he adds.
So, for Salem Family Law Attorney John G. DiPiano, bigger is not always better and he looks forward to continuing to service clients throughout the North Shore of Boston, and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Attorney John G. DiPiano may be reached at http://www.probateandfamilylaw.com.