Kevin M. Corr is a Partner at Kates & Barlow and has been engaged in the practice of family law for over twenty-five years. Mr. Corr’s experience covers all areas of family law with a focus on divorce, property division, modification matters, and support issues. Of special interest to Mr. Corr, and a focus of his practice, is litigation involving the validity and enforceability of pre- and post-marital agreements later challenged or contested by one of the contracting parties.
Mr. Corr successfully co-counseled the trial (2008) and appeal (2009-2010) that led to the Supreme Judicial Court’s decision in Ansin v. Craven-Ansin, 457 Mass. 283 (July 2010), a case of first impression in which the SJC approved the use of mid-marriage (post-nuptial) agreements between spouses (now called “marital agreements”). For his work in that case, Mr. Corr was recognized by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly as one 2010’s Lawyers of the Year. He has also been recognized by Boston Magazine as one of Massachusetts’ Super Lawyers (2008-2017).
He is a frequent panel member on family law-oriented continuing education programs, and has authored articles in the field. He has chaired the MBA program entitled Attacking & Defending Premarital and Marital Agreements – What You Need to Know, participated in 2015’s How to Try Divorce Cases (MCLE), and has been a panelist in other continuing legal education programs.
Mr. Corr is rated AV-Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell, and became a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) in 2004. He was honored to present his Summary of Family Law Cases at AAML year-end meetings (2009-2012), to be part of MCLE’s Family Law Case Update programs, to have participated in a prior MBA Family Law Conference regarding Recent Developments in Family Law, and to have Chaired MCLE’s program Premarital, Marital & Separation Agreements (2012-2014).