Divorce and Family Law
Strong legal advocates in the Boston area
Cervizzi & Associates provides specialized legal services to manage a wide variety of family law issues and take advantage of legal solutions.The best way to understand how these laws affect your situation is to talk to one of our family law and divorce attorneys. In the meantime, here is an overview of how we help our clients. There are three critical legal phases in a divorce:
- Preparation for the eventuality of your divorce
- The divorce process
- Beginning your life after divorce
Cervizzi & Associates advocates for you and your family on the following issues of divorce:
When you are confronted with the possibility of a divorce, you need expert legal information and advice. At Cervizzi & Associates, we will help you assess your situation. After our initial complimentary session, if your status is unclear, we can work with you on an hourly basis to provide the information you need to be legally prepared in the event that you are not ready to file for divorce.
Uncontested and contested divorce in Massachusetts
Divorce is often very traumatic and always life changing. Despite that, the majority of cases usually never go to trial.
It's often very complicated, usually traumatic, and always life-changing. Despite that, the majority of cases never go to trial. Whether we go to trial or not, we focus on achieving your goals through settlement or in court as cost-effectively as possible. Our experience includes handling cases, from the very complex involving large estates and business valuations to the uncomplicated with few contested issues. Divorces fall into two categories – uncontested and contested.
Uncontested divorces are usually uncomplicated because there are few major areas of contention. The specific legal requirements, possible long-range complications and probable ramifications make it advisable to consult a family law attorney to ease the process and assure the best possible results.
Contested divorces are adversarial because there are many areas of contention. Since divorce can involve emotions, finances, homes, businesses, family and children, it is critical to retain an attorney who will listen to your concerns. It is crucial to have a professional advocate to represent you through the process and encourage settlement instead of a costly trial.
Most cases focus on alimony, child support, custody, parenting plans and property division. The agreement between parties can occur at almost any point during the divorce process, even though the case was originally contested.
The family law firm you can depend on in Massachusetts
For help with your divorce and family law matters, contact Cervizzi & Associates to arrange for a free initial consultation. Any questions, please call the firm at 978-276-0777.