Attorney Nicole Reeves Lavallee has been practicing law for several years in Worcester County. She has the experience necessary to litigate any case for which she has been retained.
Attorney Lavallee directs her legal focus primarily in the three following areas: domestic relations, probate and real estate.
As a family lawyer, Attorney Lavallee draws on and expands on her several years of experience by focusing on mediation, adoption, custody dispute, paternity actions, divorce, drafting and probating estates. Attorney Lavallee is very passionate, while projecting a realistic outcome of your case. Attorney Lavallee has also completed courses pertaining to the dissolution of same sex marriages. She has worked closely with the physically impaired clients, with the most common being the deaf.
Allow me to assist and support your interests in responding to public sector bids through the Commonwealth's eProcurement system COMMBUYS. You can then focus your attention on your company mission growing your business. My qualifications include private sector management and sales responsibilities plus 20 years of public sector procurement experience at the Commonwealth's Operational Services Division. Through contract development, guidance, supervision and Strategic Sourcing Services certifified I am well positioned to guide you through the procurement maze in an effort to grow your business.
Melody has over 20 years of experience as a Human Resources professional supporting, implementing, and executing all tactical aspects of human capital strategies, increasing organizational effectiveness aligned with goals and objectives. Working in corporate manufacturing , Melody has served several roles including generalist, manager, business partner, facility security officer and executive assistant. Melody earned her Bachelors of Science in Business Administration and Management at Newbury College and her Masters of Science in Leadership & Human Resources Management from Northeastern University.