Wellesley Divorce Lawyer
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For many people, divorce can be one of the most daunting and emotionally
overwhelming experiences in a person’s life. Even in a mutual breakup,
divorce issues such as the division of assets and the establishment of
spousal support can get complicated. If children are involved, sharing
parental responsibilities can be difficult. The process of divorce can
be quite complex, which is why it is imperative to have an experienced
family law attorney on your side to guide you through the intricacies
of the legal system.
Barach Law Group, LLC, we are committed to helping you through one of the most difficult times
in your life. Our Wellesley divorce attorney can evaluate your case, determine
your legal options, and help you obtain the most favorable outcome possible.
Let us help you get a fresh new start in life.
- Reasons To Choose Barach Law Group, LLC
- Over two decades of legal experience
- Free phone consultations
- Reasonable fees and payment plans
- After-hour and weekend availability
- Personalized services
- Familiar with local judges
Massachusetts Divorce Laws
To file for divorce in Massachusetts, you must meet residency requirements
for the court to accept your case. Either you or your spouse must be a
resident of Massachusetts if the grounds for divorce occurred in the state.
If the grounds of divorce occurred outside of Massachusetts, then one
spouse needs to be a resident for at least one year.
You can either file a “fault” or a “no fault” divorce.
In a fault divorce, you must prove that your spouse has committed a wrong
which allows you to get a divorce. There are seven “grounds”
for divorce in Massachusetts, such as adultery, desertion, cruel and abusive
treatment, gross and confirmed habits of intoxication, non-support, and
a prison sentence of five years or more.
By contrast, in a no-fault divorce, you and your spouse must prove that
the marriage has irretrievably broken down or that you and your spouse
have irreconcilable differences. Simply put, if you and your spouse both
agree to get a divorce, you will be granted one.
Barach Law Group, LLC handles the following types of divorces:
- Contested divorce
- Uncontested divorce
- Same-sex divorce
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Our Wellesley divorce lawyer understands the significant impact that these
cases have on families and their lives moving forward. We are capable
of providing our clients with both exceptional legal support and occasional
emotional support necessary to get you through this difficult time in
For more information,
contact us and speak with our experienced legal team today.