Boston Lawyer Rose Ellen McCaig


Rose Ellen McCaig

As founder of McCAIG LAW OFFICES, Rose Ellen McCaig has spent over 20 years developing and refining her law firm and consistently maintains exceptionally high standards in the practice of Domestic Relations, Business Law and related areas.

Rose Ellen listens carefully, understands what is truly important to each client, and develops a case plan that empowers and enables him or her to move forward in a positive and successful way long after the case is over. MLO’s arrow logo symbolizes this approach.

An accomplished, dynamic negotiator and litigator, Rose Ellen has represented clients in almost every county in Massachusetts including regular representation of clients on Nantucket. She has a high success rate in court while always protecting her client’s integrity.

Whether the situation calls for an aggressive trial strategy or a less adversarial one, Rose Ellen’s clear, confident vision and straightforward style moves the process forward towards the best possible conclusion.

Rose Ellen McCaig was born Rose Ellen Kohn in Brooklyn, New York. She moved to Massachusetts to attend Boston University. She graduated cum laude with distinction in French Language + Literature and then from Boston College Law School in 1991. Formerly of Perkins, Smith and Cohen, LLP, Rose Ellen started her own firm in Wellesley and has been in Boston’s Back Bay since 2003. Rose Ellen lectures frequently and published a chapter on negotiation in Money Order: The Money Management Guide for Women Simon & Schuster, New York, N.Y. She is a Member of the Boston Bar Association and active in the Family Law and Business Law Sections. Rose Ellen also holds the Family Law Seat at BNI Financial District Chapter.

On a personal note, Rose Ellen brings an additional, unique perspective to the practice of law. With a background in athletic training, she is even more equipped to help her clients define goals and accomplish them. She can overcome obstacles or limitations and deals fearlessly and effectively with high-conflict and other challenging personality types.

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