A divorce is considered uncontested when you and your spouse agree on all terms prior…
A Massachusetts contested divorce is when one party files for divorce. Over 95% of contested divorces end with a divorce agreement. Filing a contested divorce gives you access to the courts and forces the other party to be involved in the divorce process.
The emotional volatility of divorce may cloud the participant’s judgment and lead to poor decision making. We help you take the emotion out of the process in order to enable the client to make informed decisions about the future.
Throughout the process we discuss and educate the client on issues such as parenting time (if applicable), payment of ongoing expenses, division of assets and debts, health insurance, life insurance and relevant tax implications. The client, with our consultation, is empowered to determine his or her future.