Hired 23 times
(Eastern Time Zone)
Mon - Fri
8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Credit card, Cash, Venmo, Paypal, Square
Rachel did a great job mediating my divorce and even tolerated dealing with my ex's extreme demands. She found a way to be impartial but still rational.Nov 22, 2016Verified
Although I didn't wind up requiring Rachel's services, she provided guidance during our consult which was helpful with informing my decision on how to proceed with my scenario. Should I need to proceed with services in the future I would likely go back to her.Jul 24, 2015Verified
Divorce AttorneyDec 19, 2017
I just switched to Rachel several weeks ago after being with a very established large firm in Boston that had no direction in my case not to mention cost me thousands. Just in the initial phone call Rachel took the time to listen, ask poinient questions, and assure me that she could provide strong representation. Rachel is fearless, has a tremendous track record and is compassionate to the ever- changing emotions that coincides with divorce. She keeps you in the loop every-step of the way with kindness, clearity and detailed explanations. Rachel stream-lined a game plan that made me feel I was no longer on the "defense" and could confidently go on the "offense" in the best interest of my family. This is invaluable! Although we're still in the process as it is a very messy situation. Rachel's focus, determination and constant positive support has never waivered. She is the "life preserver" or "beacon of hope" that is guiding me though the complications and frustration of a toxic situation and a major life transition.Nov 9, 2016Verified
Family Law Attorney
Attorney Broadhurst is the best lawyer I have ever hired. She is firm, fast, confident, and accurate. She doesn't play tricks, and she also gives precise advise. I can't picture my life without her help!Feb 25, 2014Verified
- What types of customers have you worked with?Divorce litigation, contested and uncontested, child support enforcement actions, modification actions, college and further educational cost disputes, contempt actions, mediation, QDRO's (Qualified Domestic Relation Orders), Simple Wills and Trusts, Real Estate Transactions, and all actions related to the full practice of family law
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Take the time to meet with all attorneys you are considering hiring for your divorce or related action. Be honest and demand honesty back in order to get a true understanding and picture of both the process and your individual situation.