Melrose, Massachusetts, Divorce Property Division Attorney
Our Team of Attorneys at The Martino Law Group, LLC, know that facing divorce means facing significant life change. How you are able to cope with the change falls in large part in how steady your foundation is beneath you.
Going into a divorce on your knees and worried about losing your financial security is a terrible position to be when negotiating a fair settlement. We are here to help you face your future with confidence.
If you’re currently going through a family law matter such as a divorce and are having disputes over the equitable distribution of your marital property and debt, you already know how difficult it can be to keep your emotions in check. You may be having a hard time making decisions or reaching resolutions with your spouse, partner or family member. Having an attorney who understands the process and knows how to prepare your case from a position of strength and confidence means that you are building your future on a solid base.
At The Martino Law Group, LLC, our family law attorneys understand your circumstances. We assure you that having such complex feelings during your legal matter is completely normal. After all, the decisions you make now will change your life for many years to come.
Martino Law Group is equipped to handle family matters such as:
- Contested and uncontested divorce, marriage dissolution and legal separation
- Marital and separate property division settlements and litigation
- Divorce for professionals and business owners
- High-asset divorce involving complex estate assets, retirement savings and
- Division of securities and generational wealth
- Domestic partnership property
- Dispute resolution and litigation involving prenuptial agreements
Is There Such A Thing As An Amicable Divorce?
We know that most people would prefer to avoid a costly and emotional divorce trial, particularly when children are involved. Many couples are able to sit down at the kitchen table and draw up a rational plan for property division, custody and visitation and even spousal maintenance. When they bring the agreement to court, though, they realize that the courts have very specific expectations that must be met. Even the most amicable divorces can result in unforeseen arguments when a minor detail must be addressed.
And that is why you need a good lawyer. Hiring an attorney doesn’t mean you want to elevate the fight. It means you want the details handled correctly so there are no surprises that can’t be handled efficiently and cost-effectively. Bring the outline of your basic divorce agreement to us. We will review it and help you iron out some details. In many cases, we offer a flat fee for handling the documents on your behalf, so you can focus on your family.
If you are facing divorce or other challenging family law matter in Essex County or Middlesex County, Massachusetts, or southern New Hampshire, you owe it to yourself to protect your rights.