At the Law Offices of Andrew S. Guisbond, we understand that legal decisions that could affect your family now, and in the future, are not entered into lightly. Because we recognize the impact these matters can have on your everyday life, we make sure to spend time meticulously assessing each case before putting together a plan of action.
What We Do
When your family is in transition, our firm can give your case the attention it needs. If you're ending a marriage, you may face uncertainty about what will happen to your children— particularly if one parent plans to move out of state or out of the country.
We have the experience to navigate complex marital dissolutions; for example, in situations involving:
- High-asset divorce
- Business owner divorce
- Long-term marriage divorce
- Divorce for seniors and older couples
- Divorce for retirees
- Subsequent marriages and divorces
- Military divorce
- Same-sex divorce
As a small firm that serves Boston and Middlesex County, we are able to give personal attention to complex cases, meaning your best interests are always at the forefront of our strategy. We plan an approach that is efficient, cost-effective but always mindful of your goals.
We Are Ready For Anything
Because of the importance of a positive outcome in your case, it is crucial that you secure experienced legal counsel. Our attorneys are experienced in both litigation and settlement negotiation and will work with you to determine the course of action that best suits your needs.
Often the best approach to a family law matter is a flexible one. A case which initially appears to be well-suited to negotiation may evolve into a case that we recommend goes before the court. Knowing if and when the approach to your case needs to change direction is very important. You can be confident that no matter how your case moves forward, your interests will be carefully safeguarded at our firm.
Stay In Touch
Our ability to provide support for your case does not end after it is finalized. We always stay up-to-date with the most recent changes in order to explain the benefits to those who need it.
Massachusetts recently made changes to the law pertaining to alimony payments. We assist our clients who would like to make changes to their agreements or judgments based on new laws related to cohabitation, retirement and length of time alimony may be owed. Call our office at 617-380-7643 to discuss how the Alimony Reform Act could affect you.
If you live near Newton, Cambridge, Boston or any other surrounding town near Middlesex County and are interested in learning more about securing your legal rights, please reach out to arrange for a free consultation. Our office is close to the Middlesex County Courthouse in Cambridge, and we can arrange to meet clients close to where they live or work.