Norfolk County, MA Divorce & Family Law Attorney & Mediator

Attorney Tiffany Ambrose

Tiffany is originally from Long Island, NY.  She says she isn’t a baseball fan, but she is passionate about being a voice for those who need it most. No matter the challenging and sometimes confrontational nature of divorce and family cases, Tiffany is committed to protecting the best interests of the firm’s clients and their children. Clients appreciate her positive attitude, thoroughness, and level-headed approach to resolving their case.  

Tiffany joined the Next Phase Legal team in 2018, and represents clients in the MA Probate and Family Courts – including through Zoom and telephone hearings during the coronavirus concerns.  She is a certified mediator and a certified collaborative law practitioner.

She is a 2014 graduate of the Dickinson School of Law of The Pennsylvania State University.  She participated in her law school’s Children’s Advocacy Clinic and the Family Law Clinic and received the Siegel AmeriCorps Education Award and the CALI Award for the highest section grade in Real Estate Negotiation and Drafting.

Tiffany obtained her Bachelor of Science from St. John’s University, Queens, NY. She graduated summa cum laude, majoring in criminal justice and minoring in psychology.

She was selected to the 2020 Massachusetts Rising Stars list. Each year, no more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in the state are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive this honor.

Tiffany enjoys spending quality time with her husband and son and their Wheaton Terrier.  Back when you could socialize with friends and travel, she used to like those things.  If you looked in her office right now, you would see at least four or five anti-bacterial and disinfectant products on her desk.  She recently received the Next Phase “Least Germy Employee Award.”

Previously, Tiffany has traveled to Italy, Costa Rica, Greece, the Bahamas, Mexico, the Dominican Republic and Ireland. Her favorite New England spot happens to be Portland, Maine. 

Telephone: 508-359-4043

Video-conference meetings, including mediation sessions, remain available in addition to in-person meetings with appropriate social distancing. We remain committed to serving you and are fully operational.