I wanted to thank you for visiting BostonDivorceLawyer.com, our educational gateway, designed to support members of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, family and friends, and clients, on a wide range of topics in family and divorce law. In addition to this website, we will be launching in the coming months in excess of a half dozen websites and YouTube hosted informational videos to address in greater detail areas of Massachusetts family and divorce law that might be of interest to the general public and our clients.

We encourage you to visit any of the websites listed below that may be of interest to learn more about Massachusetts divorce and family law. We hope you find this information both educational and useful as you undertake the very important task of finding the right Boston Divorce Lawyer to represent your interest.
I along with my network of affiliated family law and divorce attorneys eagerly await the opportunity to represent your legal interests.

Call me today at (617) 387-6800 or complete the
divorce contact form to schedule your free 20 minute phone consult. All divorce contact forms submitted on this website will appear on my BlackBerry cell phone within a few minutes. I may be in court, consulting with clients, or temporarily at one of my remote offices visiting with clients so please be patient and I'll return your call as soon as I'm available to do so.

We represent clients throughout Massachusetts and Metro Boston including Middlesex County, Essex County, Suffolk County, Norfolk County, Plymouth County, Bristol County, and Worcester County. We have offices conveniently located in Andover, Burlington, Melrose, Everett, and Quincy to service our clients.

Our other educational legal websites include:

http://www.MassachusettsUncontestedDivorce.com (Low Cost Divorce)
http://www.BostonPrenuptialLawyers.com (Prenuptial Agreement)
http://www.MassachusettsRestrainingOrder.com (Restraining Order)
http://www.MassachusettsAlimony.com (Alimony)

What can you expect if I were to represent you in your Divorce?

Divorce is often a very traumatic event in one's life that can have significant consequences as it relates to children, your financial needs, obligations, and credit, along with your emotional well being. I'm a firm believer in developing a strategy that takes into consideration all of these issues in hopes of minimizing the potential negative consequences of divorce and laying down a foundation that you can build on as you begin the healing process.

My style at the outset is one of open communications and rigorous negotiations with the other party with the goal of reaching an out of court settlement. I have a proven track record of settling many divorce cases before they go to trial. It’s a win-win situation for everyone involved as children are spared from the harmful affects of a long drawn out divorce, attorney fees are kept to a minimum, and my clients have a more predictable outcome than leaving important financial and custodial decisions in the hands of courts to decide.

If negotiations fail due to unreasonable demands by the other side and it’s apparent that you will be left with no other alternative but to go to court, you can rest assure that your interest will be aggressively defended to the fullest extent of the law.