Paul M. King is the sole practitioner of the Law Office of Paul M. King, P.C.. Attorney Paul M. King is dedicated to his clients and is committed to providing reasonable and aggressive representation to achieve the best possible results for his clients.
Attorney King was sworn in as an attorney in Massachusetts in December, 2002. Since that time Attorney King has been admitted to the New Hampshire Bar and the Maine Bar, and has dedicated his practice to primarily four areas: personal injury law, criminal defense, family law, and condominium law.
Personal Injury: Attorney King has provided successful representation to those injured in truck accidents, automobile accidents, dog bites, slip and fall injury, and workplace injuries.
Criminal Defense: Attorney King has successfully defended hundreds of individuals charged with various crimes. Crimes range from simple shoplifting to distribution of illegal drugs. In addition to helping individuals charged with a variety of crimes, Attorney King places an emphasis of his criminal defense on those charged with driving under the influence.
Family Law: Attorney King has successfully and compassionately provided representation in matters involving divorce, including child support issues, complex child custody issues, and alimony. Attorney King provides services to those seeking legal documents including wills, durable power of attorney and health proxy.
Condominium Law: Attorney King is experienced and successful in representing condominium associations in the collection of past due fees and resolving general disputes between owners, as well as reviewing condominium documents.
Attorney Paul M. King takes on each case with the focus on the client. Communication with all clients is paramount. Attorney King takes pride in keeping all clients informed of the status of their cases. Attorney King welcomes all telephone calls from his clients, providing them with updates and reassurance.
In addition to practicing law, Attorney King is and has been an adjunct professor at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell, teaching law related courses including Corporate and Property Law, Introduction to Paralegal Studies, and Legal Issues in Racism.
J.D., New England School of Law, 2002
New England Scholar, Law Review Invitee, Graduated in Top Ten Percent, Cum Laude Graduate
B.A., University of Massachusetts at Lowell, 1999
Graduated Magna Cum Laude
New Hampshire, 2011
Massachusetts Bar Association
Member Since: 2002
New Hampshire Bar Association
Member Since: 2011
Adjunct Professor at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell