Contact & Directions
Joun Law Office
491 Massachusetts Avenue
Arlington, MA 02474
Tel.: (617) 304-6186
Fax: (866) 551-4983
If you would like Attorney Myong Joun to represent you, please submit the form below for a confidential consultation. You may also call him at (617) 304-6186. Attorney Joun will contact you to speak about your legal matter. He will carefully listen to you and evaluate your situation. If Attorney Joun decides to accept you as a client, he will explain the legal process and what your options are.
NOTE: If this is an urgent criminal defense matter (i.e., someone you care about has just been arrested), simply write the word “EMERGENCY” in the form below before you briefly describe the situation or say the word “EMERGENCY” before you leave a telephone voice message, and Attorney Joun will contact you immediately.
Submitting this form does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information through this form. Once Attorney Joun contacts you, any communications you have with him is subject to the attorney-client privilege and will be kept in the strictest confidence regardless whether or not he accepts your matter.
Joun Law Office is located in Arlington Center, at the corner of Massachusetts Avenue and Mystic Street, on the route of Paul Revere’s famous midnight ride to alert colonists that the British were coming.* Only minutes from Boston, Joun Law Office is strategically located in close proximity to many of the Massachusetts courts including Boston, Cambridge, Chelsea, Brookline, Brighton, Dedham, Lowell, Lawrence, Somerville, Concord, Woburn, Malden, Newton, Waltham.
* Paul Revere’s midnight ride on April 18, 1775 took him through Menotomy, now known as Arlington. Later on that first day of the American Revolution, more blood was shed in Menotomy than in the battles of Lexington and Concord combined. Minutemen from surrounding towns converged on Menotomy to ambush the British on their retreat from Concord and Lexington. All in all, 25 colonials were killed in Menotomy (half of all Americans killed in the day’s battles), as well as 40 British troops (more than half their fatalities). Out of bloodshed that day through the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, ideals were born and embodied in the United States Constitution.