Cynthia Stone Creem has established herself as one of Boston's best attorneys, specializing in the area of domestic relations law for almost 40 years. Ms. Creem was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in 1967 at which time she joined her family's law firm where she began focusing on family and probate matters. She works primarily in the areas of divorce, custody modifications, alimony, child support, paternity, appeals and estate administration. She also performs services of Special Master for private parties and as appointed by the Court.
Ms. Creem received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Boston University in 1964. She continued her education at Boston University School of Law where she earned her law degree in 1966. In 2003, Ms. Creem was given the Distinguished Alumni Award by the Boston University School of Management.
Ms. Creem is a member of both the Boston Bar Association and the Massachusetts Bar Association where she served as former Chair of the Family Law Section. She is also a Women's Bar Association Fellow. In 2005 and thereafter, Ms. Creem was selected as one of Boston Magazine's “Super Lawyers” in the area of Family Law.
In 1998, Ms. Creem was elected to the Massachusetts State Senate to represent the First Middlesex and Norfolk District. During her first four years in the State Senate, she served as Chair of the Criminal Justice Committee. In 2003, she was asked to Chair the Revenue Committee. She is currently Co-Chair of the Judiciary Committee and serving her sixth term as Senator.
Ms. Creem is the Former President of the Newton Board of Aldermen. Additionally, Ms. Creem was a member of the Governor’s Council from 1994-1998.