Attorney Edward Krippendorf, a partner at Eisenstadt, Krippendorf, and Galvin, has years of experience helping clients in need of legal help. He focuses his practice in Criminal Defense and Family Law, areas in which he prides himself on the outcomes that he gets for his clients.
As a seasoned criminal defense lawyer, Attorney Krippendorf vigorously defends his clients in District and Superior Courts throughout Massachusetts as well as the Federal District Court of Massachusetts. He handles all range of criminal cases from Misdemeanors in District Court, to Felonies carrying a potential life sentence in Superior Court. He is noted as being a skilled, experienced, and aggressive attorney in courts throughout Massachusetts. He has successfully argued and won motions and trials in countless criminal cases.
A skilled litigator, Attorney Krippendorf also represents clients in divorce cases, custody cases, and other matters in Probate Court and Family Courts throughout the State. Those in need of help in a family law case can rely on Attorney Krippendorf to provide them with professional and zealous advocacy with a practical results-based approach. He fights for the best possible outcome for each and every one of his clients.
Prior to joining the firm of Eisenstadt, Krippendorf, and Galvin, Attorney Krippendorf was renowned as one of the top prosecutors in the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office.
Attorney Edward Krippendorf has years of litigation experience and his honed his skills, talent, and expertise over years in the courtroom. He has taken this experience to private practice in order to help those in need of an experienced and aggressive criminal or probate lawyer. Contact Eisenstadt, Krippendorf & Galvin today for a free consultation.
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