Caterina S. Wurman
Caterina Wurman practices in the area of family law and complex matters involving custody, support, and the division of property. She has extensive experience representing clients in a wide variety of family law matters.
Education And Distinctions
More About Caterina S. Wurman
Ms. Wurman concentrates her practice on family law. Prior to joining FITCH, Ms. Wurman was an associate at well-regarded Massachusetts family law boutique firms representing clients in all aspects of family law including divorce, paternity, and post-divorce actions. She has served as a volunteer attorney for the Women’s Bar Foundation Family Law Project, the Attorneys Representing Children (“ARC”) program with the Norfolk County Probate and Family Court, and the Judge Abber “We Can Negotiate” Initiative with the Massachusetts Family and Probate American Inn of Court.
While in law school, Ms. Wurman represented clients in the Suffolk Probate and Family Court as a Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Rule 3:03 certified student attorney through the Suffolk University Law School Family Law Clinic and she was a judicial intern for the Honorable Dorothy M. Gibson (ret) in the Middlesex Probate and Family Court.
Teaching and Publications
- A Blessed Union: Technology Expanding Private Conversations Exempted by Massachusetts’s Spousal Disqualification Rule to Voicemail Messages; 21 SUFFOLK J. TRIAL & APP. 2 (2016)
Professional Activities and Associations
- Admitted to the Massachusetts state bar
- Member, Boston Bar Association
- Member, Massachusetts Bar Association
- Member, Massachusetts Probate and Family American Inn of Court
- Member, Women’s Bar Association