Divorce & Relationship Dissolution

Our family law attorneys and staff serve as experienced counselors, strong advocates, and sympathetic listeners during what is often a difficult and challenging time.

Our office handles complex contested and uncontested divorces. An uncontested divorce petition is filed jointly by both spouses, where both spouses mutually agree to become divorced, and believe that they can agree on each and every term of their divorce. A contested divorce is initiated by one spouse only, typically where one spouse desires a divorce, or where both spouses want to be divorced but cannot agree on the specifics of their separation.

During divorce proceedings, we will carefully review all assets and debt and strive to attain the largest possible distribution of marital assets for our clients.  When appropriate, we will work closely with you to guarantee proper financial contribution by way of alimony and child support determination.  If there are minor children of the marriage, we will work with you to reach an appropriate child custody and visitation schedule.

In addition to traditional litigation, our licensed family law mediators can work with both parties to find an equitable and respectful resolution to their divorce or the dissolution of their relationship.

Charles River Law Partners, LLC represents clients in Suffolk County, Middlesex County, Essex County, Norfolk County, Plymouth County, Bristol County, Worcester County, Hampden County, and Franklin County.
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