Practice Areas
  • Divorce
  • Divorce Mediation
  • Alimony
  • Child Support
  • Custody & Visitation
  • Family Law
Marc A. Eichler

Marc is a seasoned litigator with extensive experience in both civil and criminal law, who now focuses exclusively on divorce and family law, particularly on cases involving complex property division, real estate ownership, inherited and gifted assets, trusts, business valuations of unique business structures and professional practices, prenuptial agreements, contested custody disputes and removal issues.

Before joining Koiles Pratt Family Law Group, Marc was General Counsel and Senior Vice President for a rapidly growing manufacturing company outside Boston. There he developed a wealth of civil litigation, corporate governance and commercial transaction experience focusing on government regulatory practice, litigation management, employment law, mergers and acquisitions, contract negotiation, trademark infringement, as well as the drafting, negotiation, oversight and enforcement of complex sales and distribution agreements with global distribution partners.

Prior to his role as General Counsel, Marc was an Assistant District Attorney for the Office of the Middlesex County District Attorney for over ten years. He began his career there in the Appeals Bureau, where he drafted appellate briefs and argued cases before he Massachusetts Court of Appeals and the Supreme Judicial Court. Marc's cases included successfully writing and arguing a case on behalf of the Commonwealth before the SJC which established black letter law that continues to guide law enforcement to this day. After over a year in the appellate bureau, Marc moved to the trial division where he worked with local state and federal law enforcement agencies in the investigation, pre-trial preparation, grand jury presentation and trial of hundreds of cases in both the District Court and Superior Court Divisions. His cases included all major felonies ranging from armed robbery and major narcotics trafficking to rape and first-degree murder, with a primary focus on violent gang prosecution.

Marc also worked as a Clinical Professor at Boston College Law School teaching Criminal Process to third year law students. Marc was responsible for designing the curriculum for not only classroom instruction but the clinical portion of the class also, where he supervised his students in the prosecution of actual criminal cases.

Why Marc Wants to Serve You:

Marc knows firsthand that a divorce can be one of the most difficult times in a person's life, and as a result he brings compassion and a focused, realistic approach to an extremely trying process. His ultimate goal is to achieve a resolution for clients that will allow them, and their children, to rapidly put the divorce process behind them, and to begin living life again to its fullest.

Legal Experience:

Over his lengthy career as General Counsel and an Assistant District Attorney, Marc has compiled an extensive trial background, conducted exhaustive Grand Jury investigations spanning months of testimony and argued seminal appellate cases, as lead counsel, at every level of Court in the Commonwealth. He specializes in complex litigation, including cases involving medical and forensic experts, business valuations, asset division and domestic and family law matters of all types.

Practice Areas
  • Divorce
  • Divorce Mediation
  • Alimony
  • Child Support
  • Custody & Visitation
  • Family Law
Current Employment Positions
  • Attorney
Past Positions
  • Office of the Middlesex County District Attorney, Assistant District Attorney
Bar Admissions
  • Massachusetts, 1991
  • U.S. District Court District of Massachusetts, 1991
Professional Associations
  • Massachusetts Bar Association
  • Seton Hall University School of Law, Newark, New Jersey
    • J.D. - 1991
  • Emmanuel College, Cambridge University, Cambridge
    • University of Vermont
      • B.A. - 1987
      • Major: Biology
    • John Droney Award Winner for Dedication and Excellence
    Classes / Seminars
    • Clinical Professor, Boston College Law School, Criminal Process
    Published Works
    • Note, The NCAA and SWC are not covered by state Freedom of Information Act. 1 SETON HALL J. SPORT L. 149 (1991)
    Representative Cases
    • Commonwealth v. Grimshaw. 413 Mass. 73, 78 (1992)