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Brian Waller

I transitioned to divorce and family law after 15+ years working in accounting and operations for start-up technology companies. I strongly believe most lawyers overlook the client experience and often force clients to work their way instead of the best way for the client. I try to look at everything from the client's perspective and make every effort to make things as easy as possible for them. I think it should be easy for clients to work with attorneys to get the help they need, especially in an area as emotional and stressful to people as divorce and family law.

I strongly believe the best way to resolve disputes is through direct communication with the other party. The court system should be the last resort, and I have no problem advising clients that they are better off handling an issue themselves if that is the best approach for that client. I view the client relationship as a long-term partnership rather than a one-time money grab. I would much rather have a client be completely confident in recommending our firm to a friend, or come back years later when they do need a lawyer.

Almost all judgments in cases involving children need to be modified at some point as the children grow up for changes to child support, the parenting schedule, health insurance, college expenses, and the list goes on. My goal from the first time I speak with a potential client is that once they do become a client, they never even consider calling someone else when they need an attorney. If they have a great experience working with us, feel like we understood their goals and represented them well, and they received good value for the money they spent, there should be (hopefully!) no reason to start over with a new attorney.

Nearly all family law cases have some financial aspect, and as a Certified Financial Litigator, I am well-versed in all financial issues in family law cases. But these issues often go hand in hand with custody disputes, so I am not limited to just financial cases by any means. Every case and every client is unique, which is the reason I love doing what I do.

I am admitted to practice in Massachusetts and in the United States District Court. I am also a member of the Worcester County Bar Association

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  • Definitely Recommend

    I met with Attorney Waller who advised me that my divorce could probably be handled by a mediator because there weren't many issues my ex-husband and I couldn't agree on. He was easy to talk to and explained the divorce process to me. I felt like he was looking out for my best interests even thou...
  • Amazing Attorney

    Mr. Waller is such an amazing Attorney. He gives you enough time to explain your case and takes time to explain to you what the right course of action might be depending on your case. I have spoken to different lawyers before, but none is comparable to him so far. He hasn't completed my project y...
  • A.L. Recommends Brian Waller

    When I choose the attorneys at Sequel Law, my initial reason was the affordable cost, it was not required up front however due by the closing of the case. This alone was extremely helpful for me to be able to obtain an attorney for my very difficult child custody /support case.When I met with Bri...
  • Child support

    Brian has been super helpful answering my questions. Communication has been very easy , Brian also is very detailed in completing court paperwork's I needed help filling out.(Avvo Reviews)
  • Grateful!

    I am so grateful for the help that I received from Attorney Waller.  He listened to my story and problem solved using a compassionate, empathic and nonjudgmental attitude.  He communicated with the opposing attorney in a courteous and effective manner resulting in a positive outcome for me.

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