Wendy Hickey Law

Excellence in the Practice of Matrimonial Law ™

Wendy Hickey is dedicated to providing professional and zealous representation for her clients. To achieve that goal, the office purposefully limits its caseload to provide the dedicated personal focus on all aspects of each case as our clients would expect.

Our approach allows for an in depth concentration on the facts of each case which allows for development of legal strategies to deliver the best outcomes for our clients whether in mediation, negotiation, or litigation leading up to trial. Typically our clients have high complex, high net worth and often international issues in their cases, including:

● Alimony;
● Identifying and valuing of assets;
● Division of assets and liabilities;
● Legal custody of and parenting time with children;
● Hague “kidnapping” and “wrongful retention”;
● Deciding where and when to file for divorce;
● Modification of court orders; and
● Contempt of Court and other enforcement proceedings.

Wendy O. Hickey has been working at Nissenbaum Hickey since 1991, admitted to the bar in 2003 and admitted to practice in the U.S. Court of Appeals (2007) and U.S. Supreme Court (2011). Selected as a Rising Star by Superlawyers in 2010-2012 she was selected by Superlawyers 2013-2017, and is a fellow in the International Association of Family Lawyers - IAFL and the AAML Foundation. Upon the retirement of Jerry Nissenbaum in April 2017, Wendy Hickey Law became the successor firm. Wendy regularly writes on various family law topics for the Boston Bar Association and now authors the popular Divorce411 column in the sunday Boston Herald

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Wendy Hickey Law serves clients in Suffolk County, Middlesex County, Norfolk County, Essex County, Worcester County, and Plymouth County in Massachusetts, including the cities of Boston, Andover,Boxford, Cambridge, Somerville, Everett, Chelsea, Revere, Brookline, Winthrop, Arlington, Malden, Medford, Watertown, Waltham, Weston, Westwood, Cohasset,Duxbury, Newton, Dedham, Hingham, Plymouth, Framingham, Natick, Wellesley, Auburn, and Worcester