Prince Lobel Welcomes Associate Adrianne Ramos to Domestic Relations Practice

Firm News · July 3, 2018

Ramos to assist clients with all manner of family law matters

Prince Lobel is pleased to announce the arrival of associate Adrianne Ramos, the newest addition to our Domestic Relations Practice Group.  Ramos is an experienced family law attorney who comes to the firm from her own practice, Fayez & Ramos, PLLC.  She specializes in all manner of domestic relations matters, including divorce, alimony, child support, annulment, and enforcement and modification of these.

Ramos has litigated numerous family law matters and has proven an invaluable advocate to her clients as they navigate complicated family matters. She works hard to resolve conflicts and find alternative modes of dispute resolution in order to reduce tension and stress during what is often a difficult time for families.  Over the course of her legal career, Ramos has worked both in traditional firms and at non-profit agencies, such as the Tahirih Justice Center, an organization dedicated to providing legal aid to female immigrants fleeing gender-based violence and persecution.

In one particularly important case, Ramos successfully obtained custody of a minor by her aunt after a protected litigation against the child’s Mother.  The child, who suffered from PTSD, has thrived under her aunt’s care, and has become a talented and sought-after teen violinist, something that would have been entirely impossible had she remained with her mother.

“Adrianne comes to us with a wealth of experience in family law matters,” said Managing Partner Craig M. Tateronis.  “Adrianne’s legal knowledge, combined with her compassion and dedication to her clients, will strengthen our Domestic Relations practice and enable us to continue providing the quality service that clients have come to expect.”

Ramos echoed Tateronis’s enthusiasm, saying “It’s an honor to bring my experience and background to Prince Lobel and to work with a wonderful group of seasoned Domestic Relations practitioners.”

Ramos received her B.S. from the University of Maine and her J.D. from the New England School of Law.