Skilled Representation, Compassionate Client Service

The Law Offices of Judith A. Wayne is a law practice dedicated to meeting the diverse legal needs of people in northeastern Massachusetts.

With offices in Marblehead, Newburyport and Lynn, we are able to provide skilled legal counsel to clients throughout the Boston area and the North Shore. Attorney Wayne also represents clients as far west as Pittsfield and as far east as Cape Cod and the Islands.

Our firm was founded in 1981 by Judith A. Wayne, an attorney with a record of success in cases involving complex factual and legal issues. We offer comprehensive representation in the areas of divorce, family law and criminal defense. In addition, we represent clients in personal injury cases and provide basic estate planning services as well.

Judith A. Wayne is the only divorce lawyer with an office in Marblehead, enabling people on the North Shore to obtain quality legal representation without the need to go to Boston.

Contact us today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:

Family law

  • Divorce
  • Child custody and visitation
  • Child support
  • Marital property division
  • High-asset divorce/complex property division
  • Divorce for people over 50
  • Prenuptial agreements
  • Cohabitation agreements

Mediation

Criminal defense

  • OUI/DWI/DUI
  • Domestic violence
  • Assault and battery
  • Drug charges
  • Sex crimes

Personal Injury

Basic estate planning

Call Judith Wayne today at 781-599-1144 to arrange your free initial consultation.

Attorney Judith A. Wayne

Bar Admissions:

  • Massachusetts, 1977
  • U.S. District Court District of Massachusetts, 1977
  • U.S. Supreme Court, 1998

Education:

  • New England School of Law, J.D., 1976
  • Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, B.A., 1973

Languages Spoken:

  • English (Primary)
  • French
  • Spanish

Criminal Defense Results

Commonwealth v. J.K. (1227CR000707)- My client was charged in Pittsfield District Court with operating under the influence of alcohol third offence with a loaded handgun. After protracted motion hearings, the case proceeded to a jury trial where my client won on all counts. I was able to get his license to operate a motor vehicle returned to him immediately as well his license to carry a firearm.

Commonwealth v. L.B. — Mr. B, an offensive lineman for the Boston Bruins at the time of his arrest, was charged with Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol in Charlestown District Court. After a trial, during which the judge viewed the "crime" scene, which is never done in a jury-waived case, Mr. B was acquitted of all charges.

Commonwealth v. B.R. (0713 CR 002590) — Mr. R was charged with Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol as a second offender in Lynn District Court where I was successfully able to have the case dismissed with a Pre-Trial Motion.

Family Law Results

D. v. C. — After an initial hearing at which my client was not represented by counsel, her husband obtained custody of their nine (9)-year-old daughter. I was hired to obtain custody of the children for Ms. C and after a protracted trial in Essex Probate Court, custody was ultimately returned to my client, along with a generous award of child support.

M. v. M. — After a lengthy trial in Essex Probate Court I was successfully able to obtain custody, child support, alimony and the greater share of the marital home for my client, as well as her share of her husband's pension and health insurance.

S. v. T. — After a twenty five (25)-year marriage, husband left his wife for a much younger woman. As wife's counsel, I was able to convince the trial judge that she should receive the marital home free and clear of the outstanding mortgage as well as the greater share of the money in the various brokerage accounts, while receiving fifty percent (50%) 401(k).

Personal Injury Results

T.K. v. A.D, K.D., P.P.Y.C. — While a passenger with her fiancé on a boat operated by her future father-in-law, Ms. K was severely injured when the boat exploded in Boston Harbor immediately after her future father-in-law had filled the tanks with gas. Suit was brought against the boat owners as well as the yacht club that had provided gas to the boat owner. This explosion was so severe that Logan International Airport had to be shut down for a brief period of time. On the eve of trial, both insurance companies made offers of settlement that were acceptable to the plaintiff.

H.M. v. C.M. — While a passenger in a vehicle driven by C.M. whose vehicle hit a telephone pole, H.M. was thrown through the windshield and suffered a fractured skull. The case was resolved with a sizeable award of damages to my client.

A.M. v. S.C.W. — While a patron at a car wash, my client was struck by a vehicle entering one of the bays of the facility and sustained serious, long-term injuries. The car wash as well as the operator of the motor vehicle were sued, and my client received a generous settlement from both insurance companies.

MARBLEHEAD OFFICE 
57 Auburndale Rd. 
Marblehead, MA 01945 

LYNN OFFICE 
330 Lynnway 
Clock Tower Business Center, Suite 470 
Lynn, MA 09101 

NEWBURYPORT OFFICE 
1 Merrimac Street 
Unit 20 
Newburyport, MA 01950

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