Valerie Raudonis

Valerie RaudonisRetired

Email: vraudonis@lawyersnh.com 

As a Nashua native and daughter of a distinguished Nashua attorney, it was only natural that Valerie would practice law here. Valerie began her career 40 years ago when she graduated from the New England School of Law, now known as New England Law | Boston. Since then she has made a name for herself practicing law with a primary focus on estate planning, probate and guardianship, and family law.

She practiced since 1978 at her own law firm, Raudonis Law Office, in Nashua. In 2018, Valerie made the decision to move to Welts, White & Fontaine, P.C. in an of counsel role. Valerie’s primary motivation for this move was to offer her clients the best legal services possible, in a wide range of practice areas.

Valerie is involved in a variety of local organizations, including as co-chair for the Collaborative Law Alliance of New Hampshire. Valerie enjoys spending time with her two adult children whenever she can. Aside from practicing law, she keeps busy writing poetry, kayaking on the Merrimack River and hiking the local area.


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