Boston Family Law Attorneys Handling All Matters in the Massachusetts Probate and Family Court
No matter what type of court hearing you are facing, our Massachusetts divorce and custody attorneys are well versed in any issue that could arise in connection with a divorce, child custody battle, property dispute, or monthly support issue including, but not limited to the following:
- Middlesex County divorce
- Norfolk County divorce
- Contested divorce
- Uncontested divorce
- Child support and alimony modifications
- Custody and parenting plans modifications
- Contempt hearings
- DOR hearings
- DCFS hearings
- Restraining orders
- Removal and relocation hearings
Trying to Find the Best Attorney For Your Case?
You are ultimately in charge of your case and you must pay all the consequences of your attorney's mistakes or failures, as well as your own. The best way for you to select an attorney is for you to go to your local courthouse and watch the different attorney's style, demeanor and approach in working their cases. You will also watch your judge handling other cases like yours and should make mental notes what arguments and theories are received well by your judge and those that are not.
Your First Criteria Should Be Hiring a Divorce Attorney Who Is Experienced and Seasoned
Judges want to hear reasonable solutions recommended by an attorney and not an argument from someone who just got out of law school. When the judge is dealing with the issue of custody, it is more important that a recommendation come from a mature and experienced rather than an attorney who has not had life experiences in the area of family problems. An example is you have to experience raising a teenager to fully understand the problems associated with a teenager. An immature attorney can get caught up in the legal ramifications rather than considering "the best interest of the child."
For a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our attorneys, call (800) 763-1030 or e-mail us.