Elizabeth A. Morrow

Partner

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Contact

Cape Cod Office: 508-255-3600

Cape Cod Fax: 508-255-3976

Education


Syracuse University College of Law, JD

Mount Holyoke College, BA




Bar Admissions


Massachusetts





Known as an attentive, empathetic, and passionate attorney dedicated to achieving positive results, Elizabeth A. Morrow returned to Lawson & Weitzen in 2020 to continue her career in the area of domestic relations and probate law, including divorce, child support, custody, guardianship, and conservatorship in addition to estate planning and education law. Elizabeth takes the time to listen to each client's needs, recognizing that every situation is unique. She brings a strong work ethic and clear communication skills to the table so that each client has a realistic idea of the possible outcomes and her role in the process.

Practice Areas


Family Law

Estate & Probate




Awards & Recognition


Executive Editor, Syracuse Law Review

Mount Holyoke College Alumnae Scholar

Mount Holyoke Blue Key Guide




Publications


Managing ADHD at School: What Educators Needs to Know to Comply with Section 504

Independent Educational Evaluations: Your Guide to Districts' IDEA Obligations and Parents' Rights

Field Trips: Inclusion Beyond the Classroom for Students with Disabilities

What Do I Do When...The Answer Book on Individualized Education Programs - Fourth Edition

Dangerous Conduct by Students with Disabilities: Legal Guidelines for Appropriate Responses.





Practice Areas


Family Law

Estate & Probate




Awards & Recognition


Executive Editor, Syracuse Law Review

Mount Holyoke College Alumnae Scholar

Mount Holyoke Blue Key Guide




Publications


Managing ADHD at School: What Educators Needs to Know to Comply with Section 504

Independent Educational Evaluations: Your Guide to Districts' IDEA Obligations and Parents' Rights

Field Trips: Inclusion Beyond the Classroom for Students with Disabilities

What Do I Do When...The Answer Book on Individualized Education Programs - Fourth Edition

Dangerous Conduct by Students with Disabilities: Legal Guidelines for Appropriate Responses.





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