DIVORCE GUIDANCE FROM TOP DIVORCE LAWYERS IN BOSTON

When facing the challenging and emotional transition of divorce in Massachusetts, a lot of questions come to mind:

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How long does the typical divorce take?

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How will the assets be divided?

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How much time will I get to spend with my kids?

Unfortunately, there is no one-size-fits-all answer to these questions. That’s why we’re here to listen and help.

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How long does the typical divorce take?

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How will the assets be divided?

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How much time will I get to spend with my kids?

Unfortunately, there is no one-size-fits-all answer to these questions. That’s why we’re here to listen and help.

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EQUITABLE DIVISION OF MARITAL ASSETS

Equitable division means that every asset & liability can be divided, no matter when or how it was acquired.

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Real Estate

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Bank Accounts

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Retirement & Investment Accounts

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Stock Options

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Business Interests & Trusts

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Personal Belongings

Our knowledgeable divorce attorneys understand the intricacies of Massachusetts Divorce law and are here to help you navigate this complex process. They are committed to assisting you in achieving a fair and reasonable outcome.

CHILD CUSTODY AND PARENTING TIME

How does custody work in a divorce?

In divorce, there are two types of custody, legal and physical. They can each be sole or joint and together they determine how parents share time and decision-making about their children.

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Joint vs. Sole Legal Custody

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Joint vs. Sole Physical Custody

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Parenting Time

Our divorce attorneys believe no parent is more important than the other, and neither parent is naturally entitled to more time with their children than the other. We focus on maximizing a child’s time with each parent, and ensuring each parent has equal authority when it comes to making the big decisions in their child’s life.

Child Support and Alimony

How much child support or alimony am I going to have to pay?

Massachusetts says every child is entitled to financial support from both parents. Massachusetts also says that one spouse’s lifestyle should not significantly decrease while the other’s significantly improves. Child support and alimony are dependent on a number of factors including

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Income of Each Parent

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Number and Ages of the Children

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How Much Time the Children Spend with Each Parent

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Cost of Childcare and Health Insurance

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Length of the Marriage

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Standard of Living During the Marriage

You work hard for your money. When it comes to child support and alimony, our attorneys focus on minimizing exposure and work hard to achieve a fair and reasonable result for everyone involved.

DEDICATED TO PROTECT WHAT'S RIGHT

Divorce is a complex and emotional process, and it’s important to have expert guidance to protect your rights and interests. At Long Hagan Huff-Harris, we have experienced attorneys who are committed to helping you navigate the divorce process in Massachusetts.

We understand that every divorce is different, and we will tailor our approach to your specific needs. We will work with you to develop a strategy that protects your financial assets, your children, and your future.

If you have questions about divorce law in Massachusetts, we encourage you to contact us for a consultation. We will be happy to review your case and answer your questions.

Navigating Divorce

Your Four Foundational Pillars

Legal Expertise


We are highly skilled attorneys with experience in all aspects of family law including divorce, child custody, child support, parenting time, refuse resist dynamics, alimony, asset division, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, and more. We don’t shy away from a problem, no matter how difficult.

Personalized Advice


Divorce is complicated and unpredictable. There is no one-size-fits-all solution. At Long, Hagan, Huff-Harris, we’re not afraid to step outside the box and identify creative and unique solutions to your problems as we help guide you through even the most complex of issues.

Effective and Honest Communication


We are attorneys who will tell you what you need to hear, not just what you want to hear. We’ll guide you with specific, tailored approaches while ensuring you understand the positives and negatives, each step of the way so you can make educated decisions.

Tireless Advocacy


Dedicated professionals, we’re here to compassionately yet tenaciously, help you get through one of the most difficult, uncertain, and high-stress transitions in your life.

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Contact us today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards a more secure and stable future. Your peace of mind is our priority, and we’re here to guide you through every step of the divorce process, ensuring that your rights and interests are protected throughout.

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