Stephen A. Mackenzie
Mr. MacKenzie focuses on all aspects of FITCH’s family law practice. He has extensive experience litigating complex divorce cases involving, for instance, the division of complicated, high net worth estates, postdivorce modification, contempt actions and appellate work. Mr. MacKenzie has litigated issues arising under the Alimony Reform Act and has represented clients in a large number of contested child custody and support matters, and in pension and retirement benefits disputes.
Education And Distinctions
- Valparaiso University School of Law, J.D., recipient, Public Interest Law Scholarship
- Suffolk University, M.P.A.
- Northeastern University, B.S., summa cum laude, recipient Sherman Griffiths Memorial Scholarship and IDF Scholarship
More About Stephen A. MacKenzie
Mr. MacKenzie has been counsel on numerous Appellate cases including:
A.T. v. C.R., 88 Mass. App. Ct. 532 (2015) (G. L. c. 258E Harassment Prevention Orders)
Schulman v. Schulman, 51 N.E.3d 509 (2016) (Alimony & College Expenses)
Teaching and Publications
- Mr. MacKenzie has written articles published by Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) relating to evidentiary issues in family law.
Professional Activities and Associations
- Member, Boston Bar Association
- Member, Massachusetts Bar Association
- Member, Middlesex Bar Association