Massachusetts Divorce Lawyer
A guide to help you better understand what to expect in a contested divorce action in Massachusetts.
Almost any divorce in Massachusetts that consists of any significant amount of property and/or children results in a contested divorce. A contested divorce in Massachusetts can be resolved amicably, provided both parties attempt to resolve the issues of property and custody in an equitable manner. How contested a divorce case is going to be is in great part determined by the parties and the divorce lawyer each party chooses to represent them. More often than not, the opposing attorney in a contested divorce case will play a great role in how amicably a contested divorce in Massachusetts can be resolved. This in turn will determine how expensive or inexpensive the contested divorce in Massachusetts will be for the parties. How your specific case will proceed will greatly be determined by the specific facts of your case. The divorce laws in Massachusetts are complex. If you have questions about how the divorce laws in Massachusetts may apply to the specific facts of your divorce case in Massachusetts do not hesitate to contact us.
To determine how our divorce attorneys in Massachusetts can best assist you, please call us via our toll free number or complete our on line form.
Law Firm of SRIS PC
SRIS PC has two law offices in Boston, Massachusetts.
In Boston, Massachusetts, our offices are in Boston & Cambridge.
For more information or to make an appointment with the SRIS Law Group, P.C. divorce lawyer in Massachusetts please call us at 888-437-7747 or complete the on-line form.
Our divorce attorneys and staff in Massachusetts speak the following languages in addition to English: Spanish, French, Arabic, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Cantonese, Mandarin & Malaysian.
We have an office in County, Massachusetts to better serve you.
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Our Massachusetts Family Lawyers helping your family cases in the following jurisdictions:
Boston, Greater Boston, South Boston, Middlesex, Worcester, Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk, Bristol, Plymouth, Hampden, Barnstable, Hampshire, Berkshire, Franklin