Administrative Licensing Lawyer in Boston
To work in many professional fields here in Massachusetts often requires some kind of professional licensing. You may not realize this, but a criminal charge could put that license in jeopardy. Additionally, any type of professional misconduct accusation could lead to you losing your license and your ability to make a living in your desired field.
As criminal defense and license defense attorneys, we at the Coughlin Law Group understand the complex issues at play in these matters. Located in Boston, we can guide you through the process of resolving your legal issues to give you the best chance of retaining your license.
If you are a doctor, lawyer, dentist, nurse, psychologist, accountant, real estate agent or attorney facing disciplinary proceedings, call us immediately. You may only have one shot at saving your livelihood.
Helping You Fight To Keep Your Job
If your profession requires a license, losing that license can be tantamount to a full-scale financial catastrophe. Our professional administrative licensing attorneys represent a wide range of professionals in matters involving charges of professional misconduct, such as fraud, misrepresentation of services or personal struggles like addiction.
If you are in danger of losing your license due to a criminal charge, how you resolve the case will have a large effect on what happens to your license. That is why it is important to work with attorneys who understand both areas of the law before you accept a plea deal that could cost you your license.
Our attorneys will investigate the alleged criminal activity or professional violation to secure favorable evidence. We can also speak with co-workers and other witnesses who can vouch for your good character.
Do Not Fight This Alone. Call the Coughlin Law Group PC Today.
Work with attorneys who understand what is at stake for you and are willing to pursue every avenue to help you protect your career. Call us at 617-758-8888 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case.