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 guardianships and conservatorships as well as probate law, family law, estate planning and elder law.

She accepts appointments as a guardian ad litem cases alleging neglect of elders and adults with disabilities. She also serves as a guardian, conservator and trustee in cases involving incapacitated persons.

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

Christine is a member of NAELA, the Women’s Bar Association and the Professional Women’s Network of the Middlesex West Chamber of Commerce. She writes creative content for the MassNAELA online newsletter.

Christine can be reached directly at