Protecting Your Interests When It Matters Most
If there are significant assets to be divided in a divorce, it is important to work with a law firm that understands these complex holdings and how each is treated under Massachusetts law. Whether you or a spouse is a high earner, runs your own business or has substantial property holdings, a divorce in which there is a lot at stake requires the knowledge and experience of an attorney who can protect your financial future.
The attorneys at the Law Offices of Andrew S. Guisbond can evaluate your situation and give your case the deliberate and meticulous attention to detail that a more complex divorce requires. Call our Charlestown office at 800-441-7573 today to schedule a consultation.
We Work With Forensic Accountants And Other Specialists
It is important to enlist the services of an attorney who is familiar with the process of valuing properties and businesses; dividing assets such as investments, retirement accounts and insurance policies; and analyzing the potential for an alimony award.
If the divorce involves children, your lawyer will also make arguments for legal and physical custody and fair child support orders that take into consideration the best interests of the children. In a high-asset divorce, there may also be questions of how to handle inheritance money. There is no one-size-fits-all answer to these questions, and in Massachusetts, judges in divorce cases have a good deal of discretion in determining how best to divide assets at the end of a marriage.
In some cases, one spouse may feel the need to investigate whether the other spouse may be hiding assets. Our attorneys can facilitate this process to make sure any final divorce agreement includes the full spectrum of assets involved in a marriage.
Take Your First Step Toward Freedom
It can be daunting to contemplate getting a divorce when so many aspects of a shared life — financial and otherwise — require disentangling. But you don’t need to go through it alone. Get in touch with the Law Offices of Andrew S. Guisbond to learn your rights and find out what your divorce would likely require. Call us at 800-441-7573 or write to us using our online form to schedule an initial consultation. We can meet with you in our Charlestown office, which is close to Cambridge, or we can travel to meet you close to where you work or live, in Middlesex County and in other counties in Massachusetts.