Jared is a member of the firm’s Family Law department, concentrating his practice on all aspects of complex domestic relations law, including divorce, child custody and child support, alimony, paternity, asset valuation and division, as well as modification and contempt actions. He also has considerable experience drafting and negotiating prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. In addition to his work at the trial court level, Jared is experienced in drafting appellate briefs and has argued before the Massachusetts Appeals Court on issues having to do with disproportionate asset division, deviation from the Alimony Reform Act’s durational limits, and automatic, percentage-based self-modifying alimony orders. His practice also includes representing clients in Chapter 209A abuse prevention and Chapter 258E harassment prevention proceedings in both the Probate and Family Court as well as the District Court.
Prior to joining Conn Kavanaugh, Jared was an Associate at Schmidt & Federico, P.C. where he grew his family law practice. Jared earned his J.D. in 2011 from Suffolk University Law School and earned his bachelor’s degree in 2007 from Northeastern University, magna cum laude.
Outside of the office, Jared is involved in many Boston-based organizations and volunteers his time taking on pro bono cases through Veterans Legal Services. He is presently in his third year sitting on the Boston Bar Association’s Family Law Steering Committee and has served as a panelist for the BBA’s divorce fundamentals series. Since 2016, Jared has also served on the Executive Committee for the Greater Boston Family Law Inn of Court, a collective of Boston area family law attorneys and judges whose goal is to increase the level of civility within the family law bar and to mentor each other to become better practitioners.