Wilchins Cosentino & Novins LLP

Massachusetts Law Firm

About the Firm



Wilchins Cosentino & Novins LLP is organized into seven major practice areas – Private Client, Litigation, Family Law, Employment Law, Real Estate, Corporate and Financial Services Litigation.  Within those practice areas, we offer a wide range of services that help our clients reach their business and personal goals.  

Our attorneys are dedicated to providing sophisticated legal services to our clients promptly, efficiently and economically. We serve a wide spectrum of clients, including major corporations, financial institutions, individual entrepreneurs, closely held private companies, not-for-profit corporations, families and individuals.  We strive to learn as much as possible about each client’s business and the industry in which each client operates.

Our practice is continually evolving to meet the challenges of the marketplace and the needs of our clients.

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