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Guiding You Through Divorce In Massachusetts

At Gilman, McLaughlin & Hanrahan, LLP, our Boston family law attorneys have been helping clients pursue positive outcomes in family court since 1973. Whether you are going through a divorce or need assistance with any other family law matter, we can help.

Family law is a specialized area of law requiring specific training in negotiation, litigation, taxation, property and business valuation, and the rules and procedures of the Massachusetts family law court system. Our Boston family law attorneys have the experience to handle your case effectively.

Dividing Assets And Debts In Divorce

When you get divorced, all of your and your spouse’s marital assets and debts will be allocated in accordance with Massachusetts’ principle of equitable distribution. This process can be particularly complicated for people with substantial assets.

We are experienced at helping our clients obtain accurate values of marital assets and debts, divide interests in complex assets such as real property and family businesses, maximize tax benefits and address the impact of antenuptial agreements.

Drawn-out divorce conflicts are rarely in anybody’s interest. Our attorneys have the experience to help you pursue a fair divorce settlement so you can move on with your life.

Handling All Types Of Family Law Cases

Our firm provides comprehensive family law services to clients in and around Boston, eastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod. In addition to addressing the financial aspects of divorce, we regularly assist clients with a wide range of issues, including:

  • Child custody, visitation and parental relocation
  • Child support and spousal support determination, modification and enforcement
  • Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
  • Domestic partnerships and nonmarital cohabitation agreements
  • Paternity actions for children born outside of marriage
  • Adoption and guardianship
  • Grandparents’ rights
  • Domestic violence and restraining orders

Do You Need To File For Divorce? Contact Us For Help And Experienced Counsel.

Our goal is to resolve family issues as amicably as possible while addressing all outstanding issues so as to avoid future disputes. Contact us by calling 617-580-3180 today to discuss your family law case with one of our experienced attorneys.