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Moriah J. King
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Moriah J. King Senior Associate Attorney

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Associate Attorney

Attorney Moriah J. King grew up in Westford, MA. In her early academic years, she developed a passion for history and legal courses, igniting her curiosity about the law and its impacts on everyday decisions. Attorney King earned her B.A. in Communication and Government and World Affairs from the University of Tampa, grading cum laude. After college she returned to her home state of Massachusetts to earn her J.D. from Suffolk University Law School. During law school, Attorney King served as the first legal intern in the U.S. with the fashion company, Primark, and later as a student attorney with the Federal Tax Clinic of Harvard Law School.

Attorney King is more than a top-notch family lawyer—she is also a trusted confidante for her clients. She takes pride in providing honest, straightforward counsel and support to couples and families in life’s toughest seasons, empowering them to navigate the legal intricacies of their family law dispute with confidence and clarity.

Prior to joining Lynch & Owens, P.C., Attorney King practiced for a small firm in Northern Massachusetts and handled cases throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Attorney King is passionate about finding creative ways to help clients protect their families and preserve their assets.

Attorney King has a sincere understanding of the high stakes and emotional hardships involved in family law matters. She is dedicated to helping clients feel heard and supported by guiding their steps with compassion and taking the time to understand their unique goals, whether they be parenting time, specific assets, or safety concerns.

Attorney King has forged a reputation as a formidable force in the courtroom and a compassionate advocate for her clients. She uses a straightforward and detail-oriented approach to keep couples and families informed and up-to-date every step of the way, giving them peace of mind that their best interests are prioritized while making the process as stress-free and digestible as possible.

In her free time, you can find Attorney King running, kayaking, skiing, and enjoying time with her family and loved ones.

Bar Admission

  • New Hampshire, 2021
  • Massachusetts, 2023

Education

B.A. | University of Tampa, Tampa, FL (May 2015) cum laude

J.D. | Suffolk University Law School, Boston, MA (May 2018)

  • Honors: Pro Bono Honors Certificate (2018);

Professional Associations

  • Boston Bar Association (2015 – 2018)

To learn how Attorney King can represent your best interests in family court, call (781) 253-2049 to schedule a consultation.

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