Massachusetts Family Law
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Our family law attorneys have helped thousands of people just like you make the necessary plans and decisions to create a positive future for their families. We strive to create open relationships, take time to explain the most recent family law and divorce developments, and relieve your concerns. We are here for you if your alimony, child support, custody, or visitation agreements must be renegotiated. Our attorneys are experienced, knowledgeable, and compassionate, and keep their cell phones close in case your needs change, night or day.
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Visit our Divorce and Family Law Archive for more information on the topics that are important to you. We are here to answer your questions about divorce litigation, property division, custody, alimony, domestic violence, adoption, or other family law concerns.
When faced with divorce, it is important to take measures to protect yourself and your children. If your spouse already has an attorney, most likely he or she is taking defensive steps as well.
Read the 11 Things to Do Before You Take Action
A divorce takes a huge toll on both parents and children, but there are things you can do to make the process and the transition easier on everyone. Your children will watch how you act toward your spouse and may emulate your behavior.
Learn what to say to your children and how to help them cope
Most people approach marriage with high hopes. Today, a marital agreement is a commonly accepted way for you to put your financial history and expectations on the table.
Read more about prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
Violence in your household may force you to make tough choices to keep yourself and your family safe. Whether you stay in the same house or relocate, it is a good idea to have a safety plan in place to protect yourself and other family members.
Learn about your options and tips for protection against domestic violence
Massachusetts Divorce & Family Law Attorneys
Conveniently located on the South Shore in Hanover and Quincy, MA serving Boston and Eastern Massachusetts