From the divorce itself to planning for support and asset division, you will want an experienced legal team to help you avoid mistakes and protect your future.
When parents cannot agree, you can look to the family court system in Massachusetts to put a custody and visitation order in place that reflects the child’s best interests.
Whether a parent has physical custody of a child, visitation or is estranged, support must be maintained so that a child can have an economically stable life.
You may be eligible for a change in child custody or visitation and parenting time if there is a significant change in circumstances since the last court order.
As a trained mediator and an actively practicing divorce attorney, Attorney Michelle M. Murray helps guide clients to a fair and reasonable agreement.