Attorney Lungo-Koehn and Attorney Collins have built a successful practice based on hard work, responsiveness and attentiveness to their clients.
Breanna Lungo-Koehn has been a legal practitioner for nine years and is a founding partner of the Law Offices of Lungo-Koehn & Collins LLP, which was established in May of 2009. Her time spent working in a personal injury firm in Boston from 2006–2009 as well as her experience in family law, while working for a nonprofit agency, Portal to Hope, since 2007, has equipped her with a deep knowledge of the various circumstances sounding complex issues relating to her practice areas as well as the ability to deal with her clientele and the difficult situations they face.
Attorney Breanna Lungo-Koehn is a lifelong Medford resident. Breanna graduated from Medford High School in 1998, and received a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice and Psychology in 2002 from Endicott College in Beverly, Massachusetts. In 2006, she graduated from Massachusetts School of Law with her Judicial Doctorate degree. Her passion for learning continues as she takes courses on a yearly basis to expand her knowledge of the law in the areas of personal injury, family law and real estate.
In 2001, prior to becoming an attorney, Attorney Lungo-Koehn became the youngest elected official to hold office in the City of Medford when she was elected to the Medford City Council, a position she proudly and humbly still serves today. Attorney Lungo-Koehn served as President of the Medford City Council for the 2008–2009 term.
Attorney Lungo-Koehn prides herself in her ability to be a down to earth, responsive, hardworking attorney who treats every client with respect and compassion, helping them deal with the legal situation they are faced with in a calm and approachable manner.
Attorney Cathleen Collins is a life-long Medford resident. She graduated from Medford High School in 1998, and received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Boston University’s College of Arts and Sciences in 2002. Immediately following college, she took a job as a paralegal with the Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General. Cathleen subsequently enrolled in Suffolk University Law School’s Evening Program, and continued working for the Attorney General throughout her law school career. She graduated from Suffolk Law in 2007, and was promoted to an Assistant Attorney General shortly thereafter.
Cathleen has extensive experience in civil litigation. Cathleen has argued hundreds of motions in court, and has tried many cases to successful verdicts. She also has argued before the Massachusetts Court of Appeals and the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts. Since 2009, Cathleen has been primarily focusing her practice in the area of domestic relations, and has hundreds of clients in divorce, custody, child support, adoptions and visitation matters. She also serves as a Guardian ad Litem doing custody evaluations to help families resolve difficult family law matters. She was recently named a 2013 and 2014 Rising Star by Super Lawyers Magazine for her work in family law, as well as one of the Top Women Attorneys in Massachusetts in 2013 and 2014.
Cathleen is an active member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, Boston Bar Association, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, The Greater Boston Family Law American Inn of Court, the AFCC, Massachusetts Association of Guardians Ad Litem and the Justinian Law Society.
Cathleen is also a qualified estate planner and bankruptcy attorney, focusing on Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy protections for her clients. Cathleen is admitted to practice in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and before the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts. She also holds a broker’s license in Massachusetts, and owns and operates LKC Realty, LLC along with her business partner Breanna Lungo-Koehn.