At The Law Office of Lee Darst, we focus our practice in a few areas of law:


Divorce & Domestic Relations

We handle a full range of family and domestic law issues, including contested and uncontested divorces, modifications, prenuptial agreements, mediation, paternity, child custody disputes and issues.
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Estate Planning – Wills & Trusts

We can help you with your estate planning needs by combining a simple last will and testament, revocable trust, durable power of attorney and a health care proxy. We provide affordable estate planning packages.
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Probate Administration

We can ease the anxieties involved in the probate administration. We will help you secure your appointment with the court and assist you all the facets of properly filing the estate’s administration and distributing the assets to the proper persons.

Real Estate

We handle a variety of real estate transactions and disputes including representing buyers and sellers. Lee Darst and Alix Wilcox are Licensed Real Estate Brokers in Massachusetts.

Restraining Orders

We can help you in pursuing a restraining order from the Court in order to protect you from the threat of pain or injury by another person or we can defend your rights when a restraining order has been filed against you.


We handle bankruptcies for individuals and small businesses in Massachusetts under Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. When the Law Office of Lee Darst represents debtors, our goal is to maximize the preservation of assets, through pre-bankruptcy planning, use of all of the bankruptcy powers that may be available in any situation, negotiation with creditors and, in reorganizations, by creative and clever uses of the opportunities available in the United States Bankruptcy Code to allow debtors to keep assets on the most favorable terms available.
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We have experience in Mediation, a process where both parties can come together in a neutral environment, as mediators, we will help you to try and work through your issues without the need to progress to litigation.
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