Christine Boutin

Christine Boutin, Esq.

Elder Care Law, Guardianships and Estate Planning

J.D., New England School of Law

B.A., Smith College


Christine specializes in the areas of probate, elder law and estate planning. She also practices family law and accepts appointments as a Guardian ad litem in contested custody and parenting time cases.  Additionally, she accepts appointments as a Guardian ad litem in cases alleging neglect or abuse of elders and adults with disabilities and serves as a guardian, conservator and trustee for incapacitated and protected persons.

An attorney since 1994, Christine has in the past practiced at the Law Office of Adam Nussenbaum and the Law Office of Dawn LiVigne in the areas of guardianships and conservatorships, family law and civil commitments. A solo practitioner from 2011-2015, Christine is pleased to have joined Levine-Piro Law in an Of Counsel position.

Christine is a member of the National Association of Elder Law Attorneys, the Women’s Bar Association and the Professional Women’s Network of the Middlesex West Chamber of Commerce. She writes and presents webinars for Torchlight, Inc. on Medicaid planning, elder law and estate planning. Christine is proud to have recently been appointed to a three-year period as an Emerson Hospital Corporator for the town of Maynard.