Here at Harrington Law we get you to a better place—where good things happen for couples who work in the best interest of their families. 

It’s in our DNA at Harrington Law to not just represent clients but to take care of them—listen to them, speak up for them, create the building blocks for their new lives.

Skilled lawyers by profession, we are mediators by disposition. Parents ourselves, we have become attuned to the careful interplay of sensitive family dynamics: what may be heard is really left unspoken or what is seen is still kept secret. While honoring and understanding the emotions, we cut through them to arrive at a better place where all sides clearly see the benefits of the middle ground and working it out.

Strong mediators.

With Harrington Law, you get the best of both worlds. We are trained and experienced mediators at heart, always striving to reach a settlement that’s in the best interest of all parties—and for their families—without the conflict of going to court. However, we are lawyers, too, which means we fight for you in a court of law when necessary. Our level of experience—more than 10 years in family law cases and mediation solely—means family law is our focus. It’s all we do. 

Creative problem-solvers.

Involved in family law for more than a decade, we’ve seen most every type of living arrangement. Our goal is to set up a plan that works best for each individual family. Sometimes that means thinking outside the box, designing plans like nesting arrangements, where kids stay in the house and parents rotate out, or designing parenting schedules around odd work schedules (firefighters and pilots, for example). It just takes an open mind and experience in putting these types of plans together.

Straightforward. And sharp.

We’ll always be honest and never mince our words—the stakes are too high—in order to reach a resolution that makes you comfortable and feel in control. And we’ll guide the process with a compassionate yet direct and assertive approach, so all sides clearly know intentions and goals.