Chelsea Strauss concentrates her practice on domestic relations matters. She represents clients in a wide range of family law cases, including divorce, paternity, child custody, child support, asset division, modifications, contempts, and other related matters.
Chelsea understands and brings a high level of compassion to her work on the sensitive and often complex issues involved in such cases. From the outset of any case, Chelsea works to ensure that her clients are informed and supported so they can make educated and timely decisions throughout the process. She is a strong advocate for her clients, but is also practical and cost-conscious so as to always keep her clients’ goals and best interests in mind.
Immediately prior to joining Rubin and Rudman, Chelsea practiced at a boutique family law firm on the North Shore. Chelsea has focused exclusively on family law throughout her career.
While in law school, Chelsea served as an S.J.C. Rule 3:03 Certified Student Attorney in the Suffolk University Law School Family Advocacy Clinic. Prior to that, Chelsea was a law clerk for a family law practice in downtown Boston. Chelsea served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Judge Richard A. Licht at the Rhode Island Superior Court. Before attending law school, Chelsea interned at a Domestic Violence Advocacy Center, where she developed her desire to help families in need of legal assistance.
Recognition and Awards
- Selected, Super Lawyers Rising Stars, 2021-2023
Professional and Community Involvement
- Member, Boston Bar Association