On April 12, 2022, our founding partner was awarded a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition by Congresswoman Lori Trahan and the Alumni Achievement Award from Lowell Catholic for her work in the community.
Community service is one of our core values and we are humbled to receive this recognition for our efforts.
In December of 2021 Kalabokis Law teamed up with Ameriprise Financial and hosted a holiday party at Tuscan Kitchen in Burlington to say thank you to all of its clients.
All proceeds that the firm raised from the event were donate to M.S. is B.S. of Dracut, Inc. Attendees were also encouraged to donate a toy for Toys for Tots and the firm was able to successfully collect and deliver over three dozen toys to the outreach program.
In December of 2021 Kalabokis Law gave back to the community and donated a themed wreath to the Wilmington Festival of Trees.
The theme was "Feeling the heat" and featured a fiery red ribbon and mini hot sauce bottles for ornaments. Whether the winner was feeling the heat of the law or simply wanted to feel the heat on their taste buds, the wreath was sure to impress.
On August 29, 2021, Kalabokis Law had the opportunity to sponsor the Tyngsboro block party by the bridge.
It was great to see so many familiar faces!
The jellybean competition was a big hit. 72 brave souls made guesses, but there can only be one winner!
Congratulations to KRYSTAL WINCHESTER and her family for winning the competition. There were exactly 988 jellybeans in the jar, and her son had the closest guess with 999 jellybeans!
On April 14, 2021, Kalabokis Law had the opportunity to team up with Mary Gaiser, Esq. from Bianco Professional Association and co-teach an A-Z instructional Continuing Legal Education course on Divorce entitled “Traps for the Unwary: An Introduction to the Divorce Process in New Hampshire”.
Thank you to the New Hampshire Bar Association for hosting this course and to the New Hampshire Young Lawyers Division for continually generating great Traps for the Unweary content. May we never stop learning, for only then will we stop growing.
Attorney Katerina Kalabokis had the privilege to be interviewed by Margaret Smith for the Hometown Hero section of the Chelmsford Independent for her work with Health Care Proxies during the COVID 19 crisis. Full story in the link below.
In an effort to help ease stress in the midst of unsettling times, Kalabokis Law drafted numerous Health Care Proxies for those in need in the community at no cost to them. This paperwork is especially important in times where loved ones of those who have been admitted are being denied access to hospitals.
Kalabokis Law had a great time sponsoring the SeacoastNow event on February 11th and speaking about the importance of Estate Planning and the roadmap for Family Law cases. Thank you the 70+ women who came out in support. Remember, it's always better to be prepared and not need it than to need it and not be prepared! Kalabokis Law can help you prepare for your future.