Norfolk County, Massachusetts
Norfolk County stretches from the suburbs of Boston southwestward, all the way to the Rhode Island border. This includes the following cities:
It also includes the following major towns:
Finally, Norfolk County also includes 2 exclaves, or territorial islands, which are isolated from the rest of the county:
The county seat is Dedham, a town along the county's northeast border.
In total, the population of Norfolk County was nearly 726,000 in the 2020 census. It also had a median household income of over $103,000, making it the second-most wealthiest county in the state and among the wealthiest counties in the country.
Courts in Norfolk County
There are 6 district courts and 1 superior court in Norfolk County.
The difference between a district and a superior court in Massachusetts is the scope of the court's jurisdiction. Superior courts can hear civil cases involving $50,000 or more, as well as cases that demand equitable relief. District courts can only hear civil cases where the likely recovery is less than $50,000. They also have magistrates that hear small claims of less than $7,000, and have jurisdiction over an assortment of other legal issues, like evictions, equitable injunctions, the enforcement of money judgments, and appeals from administrative agencies.
The superior court is the Norfolk County Superior Court, at 650 High Street in Dedham.
The district courts, and the communities that they serve in Norfolk County, are the:
Brookline District Court, at 360 Washington Street in Brookline, which serves:
Dedham District Court, at 631 High Street in Dedham, which covers:
Milford District Court, at 161 West Street in Milford, which covers the following communities in Norfolk County:
Quincy District Court, at 1 Dennis Ryan Parkway in Quincy, which serves:
Stoughton District Court, at 1288 Central Street in Stoughton, which serves:
Wrentham District Court, at 60 East Street in Wrentham, which covers:
Regardless of where your case may be heard, the attorneys at the Katz Law Group can help.
At the Katz Law Group, we work tirelessly to keep our clients out of these courtrooms in Norfolk County. We have been doing it for 39 years.
- Comply with the Statute of Frauds and statute of limitations
- Enforce oral or verbal contracts
- Assign contracts or modify them
- React to a contract breach
- Defend against contracts that have become impossible or impractical
- Handle a wide variety of types of agreements, including
Our attorneys can also help clients resolve a wide variety of disputes, like:
- International business issues
- Disputes with closing businesses
- Disputes with vendors
- Employment contract disputes
- Issues with independent contractors
- Alleged unfair trade practices, whether that requires filing a 93A complaint or responding to a 93A complaint
- Disputes surrounding a commercial lease
Our lawyers also represent both individuals and businesses in Norfolk County fight against online defamation. These tricky cases can protect a business' brand and an individual person's reputation from slanderous remarks and claims.
The Business Lawyers at the Katz Law Group Serve Norfolk County
Countless clients from Norfolk County have succeeded with the legal advice and guidance provided by the business lawyers at the Katz Law Group. Over the course of 39 years, we have helped businesses, large and small, succeed in one of Massachusetts' most pristine and beautiful counties.
Contact us online for legal help or call our law office at (508) 480-8202.