Carl D'Angio graduated New England School of Law in 1989 near the top of his class concentrating his studies in the areas of real estate and asset management. After passing the bar he spent 3 years in Washington, D.C. with Ross, Dixon and Masback, one of the Capital’s preeminent insurance defense firms. He worked on multimillion dollar cases including Columbia Casualty v. Playtex. Since then he has practiced in Waltham, Massachusetts in a varied civil practice. His uncle, Louis D'Angio, practiced law in Waltham for more than fifty years. The family has had roots in Waltham for more than a century. Carl D'Angio has tried numerous cases in state and federal courts before both judges and juries. He has reached success in personal discrimination and employment cases, automobile accidents, product and premises liability, construction disputes, consumer protection matters, residential and commercial landlord/tenants disputes, adverse possession litigation and various other real estate disputes and business litigation. He has represented hundreds of people in personal bankruptcy. He's a proud member of NACBA, the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys.
He's had cases in virtually all aspects of the Probate Court including probating of wills, administration of estates, divorce, paternity, guardianships, adoptions, will contests, petitions for partition, child support and abuse protection orders. Some important cases include:
Taverna v. Pizzi, 430 Mss. 882, 724 N.E. 2d 702 (2000) in which the Supreme Judicial Court gave retroactive child support and college expenses to his client after a divorce where the divorce agreement was silent on the issue. Rufo v. Virden, a trial court decision from the Probate Court which was featured on the front page of Lawyer's Weekly, in which Attorney D'Angio sued a former employer of his client who embezzled child support payments from Atty. D'Angio's clients.
Atty. D'Angio has handled hundreds of real estate closings and represented many developers, including himself in zoning and development matters and related litigation. He is both a licensed real estate broker and construction supervisor. Atty. D'Angio has written more than five hundred wills, trusts and similar estate planning documents. Atty. D'Angio has a number of other notable trial and appellate decisions which have been cited in Massachusetts Lawyer's Weekly several times in addition to the above.
Atty. D'Angio prides himself on providing vigorous, common sensesolutions to problems in the most efficient and affordable manner possible.
Atty. D'Angio lives in Westwood with his wife and three children. He is active (president emeritus) with the Waltham Community Foundation, a local charitable organization which provides funds to other local organizations such as the Salvation Army, Boys Club, Hospice, Farmer's Market, Christmas LightingFund and the Jewish Guild for the Blind.
Massachusetts Bar Association Boston Bar Association American Trial Lawyers Assoc. Mensa NationalAssociation of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys West Suburban Bar Association (President emeritus) Waltham Community Foundation (President emeritus)
Christine Guiney, Esq.
Christine Guiney has lived in the Boston area her entire life. After graduating from The University of Massachusetts, Amherst, receiving a B.A. with a major in communication and minors in Psychology and Philosophy, Chrissy became a case specialist at Norfolk Superior Court. There she fell in love with the law and became an expert in civil procedure.
Chrissy began law school at night at Suffolk University Law School while continuing to work at Norfolk Superior full time. She graduated in 2015. Chrissy then began taking on pro bono cases through the Family Law Project, which serves victims of domestic violence. She enjoys skiing and running. Having participated in several half marathons, she is currently training for her first full marathon.
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Ioana Conley, Esq.
A native of Romania, Atty. Ioana Conley moved to Canada with her family when she was six years old. She began playing tennis at age 10 and came to excel at it, earning a full athletic scholarship at Towson University in Maryland, a Division 1 program.
Atty. Conley received a B.S. degree with majors in communications and political science in 2014 and then headed for Boston to attend New England School of Law. Conley excelled in law school as a member of the prestigious New England Law Review, serving as associate editor and technical editor and graduating cum laude in 2017.
But it was her practical experience working in the school’s public interest law clinic that convinced her to pursue a career as a plaintiff’s attorney. She successfully represented a low-income woman who had been victimized by domestic violence in a divorce proceeding. The experience cemented her resolve to help individuals in need.
“I really enjoy having the opportunity to represent the little person and getting to help people who are in a tough situation,”
Atty. Conley, who still enjoys playing tennis, lives in Salem with her husband and son.
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Joanne Wyman is the first person to greet you either in person or on the phone. Most importantly, she understands that the most important step you can take is to contact a professional who can really help you. Whether you come with a problem or a question, she will be there to assist.
Joanne has been with D'Angio Law Offices since 1996 and is a graduate of Bates College, Lewiston, Maine.
Louis A. D’Angio passed the bar examination is 1952, and has remained an active advocate in the Massachusetts Bar for more than 6 decades. Although he is primarily retired, between journeys to the four corners of the earth, he still provides invaluable advise as needed. He is a U.S. Army Veteran, a graduate of Northeastern University and Boston University Law School.