Galloway Law & Consulting develops strategies tailored to our clients’ particular needs, helping them to feel relieved and empowered, and optimizing their opportunities for success.

  • Highly Personalized Service – Understanding your specific needs
  • Sensitive To Your Situation – Getting to the heart of the matter efficiently
  • Achieve Your Goals – Helping you to make the transition
  • Understands How To Help – Bringing your family through this change
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Attorney Tracy D. Galloway

Professional Background:

Attorney Galloway holds a Juris Doctorate from the Northeastern University School of Law, is member of the Massachusetts bar since 1992.

After spending five years working as an Assistant Regional Counsel for the Department of Children and Families in Boston (“DCF”) (formerly known as the “Department of Social Services” or “DSS”),  she opened her own practice in Stoughton, Norfolk County, from 1997-2003.

From 2003-2013, she enjoyed a wonderful collaboration and partnership with Attorney Penny Nasios by building Nasios & Galloway, LLP.

Probate and Family Court:

Attorney Galloway is available for consultation and advocacy in a wide variety of custody, visitation, divorce, guardianship, paternity, adoption, and care and custody matters in the Probate and Family Courts.  Her clients include birth parents, children, foster parents, adoptive parents, kinship providers, guardians, as well as husbands, wives and parents involved in custody and visitation matters.

In addition to advocating for divorce and custody clients, she accepts appointments as a Guardian ad Litem and as a Parent Coordinator.  She also offers consultations and trainings to educate clients on how to navigate the divorce process and court system as pro se litigants.

Juvenile Court:

Attorney Galloway continues to represent parents and children at both the Trial and Appellate levels for the Children and Family Law Program at the Committee for Public Counsel Services.

Attorney Galloway is available for consultation and advocacy to families involved in DCF Investigations, Ongoing Case Management, Foster Care, Guardianship, and Adoption cases.

Pursuit of M.A. in Psychoanalytic Counseling & LMHC:

Beginning in September 2013, in order to complement and deepen her practice on behalf of families in the Commonwealth, Attorney Galloway enrolled in the Master of Arts in Psychoanalytic Counseling at the Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis in Brookline, Massachusetts, with the possibility of pursuing her mental health counselor license, and eventually a doctoral degree.