Law Offices of Attorney Maria C. Rogers, PLLC 

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Attorney Maria C. Rogers


Maria was born in Rota, Spain and at a young age moved back to the states with her family, living in both Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire.  She spent summers with her family in Southern Spain during her childhood.  This experience allowed her to become fully bilingual.  

After graduating high school, she was unsure of her career choice, so she decided to gain exposure to the legal field by enrolling in the Paralegal Program at Northern Essex Community College in Haverhill, Massachusetts.  While attending school, she began working for her mentor, the late Attorney Mario Lucchesi of Andover, Massachusetts.  He encouraged her to continue her pursuit of a legal career, while exposing her to many aspect of the legal field.  She become the office manager of his practice, and worked closing with Attorney Lucchesi through client interviewing and trial work.

Upon earning an Associates Degree in Paralegal Studies she attended Merrimack College where she earned a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science in 1992.  She earned her Juris Doctorate Degree from Massachusetts School of Law in June 1995 and  was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in December 1995.  Soon after graduating in 1997, she established her law practice in Haverhill, Massachusetts, with a desire to to provide quality legal service, while providing superior customer service.  

Maria has been happily married for over 20 years and is raising three amazing children.  Outside of the office and family life, she has always been involved in the community and has worked on various boards throughout the years.  She is also a proud affiliate of the Heroes Home Advantage Program, giving back to her community, in assisting our local everyday heroes.  


Attorney Kimberly Hooper
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Attorney Kimberly Hooper was born and raised in Massachusetts.  As a native New Englander, she spent her summers with family on the Rhode Island coast.  In 1992, she obtained her Bachelors in Psychology at the University of Rhode Island.  After spending some time traveling she returned to Massachusetts to focus on the Social Services field, helping children and their families in the Department of Social Services.  In 1997 she completed the 30 hour Domestic Violence Training Program at The Alternative House in Lowell as a volunteer.

Choosing to raise her family in Haverhill, she then transitioned into working in the Law field, but continued as a leader in her community on both local Church Boards and local School Committees.  In 2008, Kimberly became a foster parent in addition to raising her 2 children.  In 2017 Kimberly completed her Juris Doctorate, Magna Cum Laude, and was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in June of 2018.  She remains passionate about helping people, providing quality professional service and compassionate care.