Cox and Powers, PA, Attorneys at Law, Serving Western Massachusetts

Our Attorneys:

Jennifer E. Cox view bio
Leslie H. Powers view bio

Briefs:

Family Court Decision - 2017
Attorney Powers represented Mother in a custody case. In the middle of that case, Attorney Powers was able to dispose of a grandparent’s visitation action brought by the paternal grandmother with the filing of the Motion to Dismiss.
posted Thu, May 10, 2018

Family Court Decision - 2017
Attorney Powers represented an unmarried Father after the Mother removed the child without notice to Connecticut.
posted Thu, May 10, 2018

Family Court Decision - 2017
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Criminal Defense Decision - OUI - 2016
Attorney Powers successfully argued that an Operating Under the Influence (second offense) should be dismissed
posted Thu, May 10, 2018

Family Court Decision - 2015
Attorney Powers, after trial, succeeded at getting a 50-50 parenting plan for Father with neither party paying the other support.
posted Thu, May 10, 2018

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Family Court Decision - 2014-2017

Attorney Powers was trial counsel in Sturtevant v. Emery, Mass Appeals Ct. (2017).  At the trial, a husband was seeking a downward modification of both his child support and alimony obligations due to a job loss.

Attorney Powers was trial counsel in Sturtevant v. Emery, Mass Appeals Ct. (2017). At a trial Husband was seeking a downward modification of both his child support and alimony obligations due to a job loss. The wife claimed that the husband should have income imputed because his behavior caused his job loss. The husband argued, and the evidence showed that he and taken extraordinary steps to obtain comparable employment and taken the first job offered. On appeal, the trial strategy was affirmed with a large reduction in support being ordered.