The law firm of Eisenstadt, Krippendorf & Galvin, LLP specializes in providing legal assistance in both contested and uncontested divorces that take place in Boston and in surrounding areas. In a contested divorce, neither party is able to reach an amicable resolution to the dissolution of their marriage, often resulting in them seeking the court’s assistance in either mediation or a court mandated resolution that is agreed to by both parties.
It’s still important to retain a divorce lawyer during any uncontested divorce proceeding to assure that the final mandate and decree protects your interests into the future and does not leave any room for a future lawsuit to commence.
If you are considering filing divorce or have already been served the papers and court summons by your spouse, you’ll want an experienced attorney at your side. Contact the law firm of Eisenstadt, Krippendorf & Galvin, LLP today for your free consultation at: (617) 523-3500. Allow us to demonstrate to you how we can apply our experience, knowledge and compassion to best representing your rights during this emotional time in your life.Legal Advice from a Divorce Lawyer
Divorces that are contested can end up in court over periods of time that can span months or even years, depending upon the size and scope of the divorce. During this time, you will greatly benefit from having the expertise and experience of a divorce attorney protecting your rights. It is not uncommon for personal character to be judged during such litigation or for privacy to be invaded upon, especially in cases of divorce involving infidelity. With an experienced law firm defending you and protecting your rights—you can assure a better outcome from any divorce related court proceedings. Considering that most divorce cases involve your personal property, shared assets, debt and most often children, assuring that your rights and your way of life are protected is essential. Call (617) 523-3500 today.Family Law Firm
Our law firm specializes in helping resolve family related legal matters. We have helped our clients reach positive outcomes to their cases in countless instances by using our vast understanding of the family laws in the state of Massachusetts. Our divorce lawyers are familiar with all of the laws surrounding divorces of all types in this region, including custody battles, child support, visitation, alimony, paternity, contested and uncontested divorces, alimony, military divorces, adultery and many other types.
During your free consultation, you will speak with an experienced family law divorce lawyer who will take the time to answer your important questions and to address any concerns. Call (617) 523-3500 today.Custody Battles
When a divorce is filed that involves minor children, a number of issues will need to be addressed. In particular, it’s not uncommon for one party to sue for full custody while the other party demands that there be shared custody. In many instances, both parties desire similar custodial arrangements that benefit their work and lifestyle schedules. With a confident divorce lawyer representing your interests, you can negotiate a successful outcome to any custody dispute in a court of law. Call (617) 523-3500 today.Divorce Lawyers for Child Support
Another aspect of divorces that involve children is the element of child support. Whether you are the full time parent or the party that’s agreeing to pay child support, there are a number of integers and important issues that play a strong role. This also includes pursuing legal repercussions for child support paying parties when they fail to pay, and other variables that commonly come into question in divorces that result in a child support agreement between two parties. Call (617) 523-3500 today.Child Visitation
During divorces, child custody battles commonly occur. While some couples are able to amicably resolve their differences or indifferences out of court, many times intervention is required to reach a compromise or resolution. In circumstances where custody has already been won, our divorce attorneys have helped successfully increase child visitation rights for our clients or have helped them win back partial or full custody. During ongoing proceedings where custody is being argued for, we have helped our clients gain either full or partial custody. Call (617) 523-3500 today.Alimony
In some cases of divorce, the divorcee instigating the action may seek alimony to continue the lifestyle that they have become accustomed to during their marriage. This is especially prevalent in affluent marriages, where a prenuptial contract was not in place, and also is prevalent even in marriages where such contracts were in place prior to matrimony. As an experienced law firm of divorce lawyers, Eisenstadt, Krippendorf & Galvin, LLP specializes in both negotiation of alimony payments to the benefit of our clients and in helping to prevent an alimony agreement against our client’s benefit. Call (617) 523-3500 today.Paternity Divorce Attorneys
In some divorce cases, the topic of questionable paternity of any children may arise pertaining to child support related issues. In these occurrences, retaining the right divorce attorney is critical in either proving or disproving paternity to your benefit while protecting your individual rights.
Fortunately, many issues surrounding paternity can be easily resolved using the modernized DNA testing methods of the present day to present efficacious evidence to the court, which can eliminate any questions of paternity to your benefit. Call (617) 523-3500 today.Prenuptial Agreements
It is not uncommon for marriages –#8211; in particular those of affluent couples –#8211; to be paired with a contract called a prenuptial agreement. These contracts are usually fairly cut and dry and determine a pre-agreed upon arrangement between both parties should the marriage fail and result in dissolution. However, prenuptial agreements are contestable and are contested a lot more often than you might think. If you find yourself facing a contested prenuptial agreement—you will want a progressive divorce lawyer representing your rights and helping to maintain the key elements of the contract that was set forth and agreed upon prior to your union being ratified. Call (617) 523-3500 today.Property & Division of Debt
Commonly, marriages can result in shared or community property. This property is often times contested in the court proceedings, especially as it relates to either asset ownership or shared and mutual debt. In circumstances involving shared property or shared or mutual debt allocation, it’s always wise to approach them with a qualified and experienced divorce lawyer on your side, which can best represent your interest to help facilitate a positive outcome to your legal issues regarding property and asset division and shared debt. Call (617) 523-3500 today.Divorce Lawyers, for Military
When a military divorce takes place it can be a longer and more difficult process than a conventional divorce because things can take longer and have more complications. Issues such as deployment, military spousal benefits and child custody also play a strong role. Our divorce attorneys can help represent your needs with any military divorce, regardless of whether or not you are on deployment or are divorcing a spouse who is currently deployed. Call (617) 523-3500 today.Modifications
Divorce modifications can commonly occur after the fact, and usually involve child custody and visitation, child support or spousal support and alimony issues. While divorce lawyers will do their best to assure that your divorce is finalized, modifications are a legally allowed part of the process, too.
If you have been served with a court summons regarding a modification request, make sure you consult with our experienced divorce lawyers to learn your options. Call (617) 523-3500 today.Decree Enforcement
In some divorce cases, a court decree is not being adhered to by one of the parties. In these circumstances, decree enforcement can be arranged. Common reasons to pursue this legal option include: failure to pay child support, failure to adhere to the guidelines of the decree or failure to pay alimony. Call (617) 523-3500 today.Mediation
It is not uncommon for many divorce cases to be brought into mediation to save on court costs and to reach a more favorable outcome without the need for further litigation.
Our law firm is highly experienced in negotiating the mediation process to procure the results that you are seeking with the dissolution of your marriage. Call (617) 523-3500 today.Father’s/Mothers Rights
Parental rights are often a primary cause for seeking a divorce attorney. They can include things like proving or disproving paternity, allotting custody agreements or visitation rights and resolving child support and back support issues. They can also relate to children who were placed up for adoption by the mother or father not at the consent of the other parent, or children who were entered as wards of the state without the consent of the father or mother. Our law firm has the experience to represent your interests in any parent’s right scenario.
We invite you to contact our law firm today to schedule your free and no-obligation consultation with an experienced divorce lawyer. With more than 35 years of combined legal experience, Eisenstadt, Krippendorf & Galvin, LLP have helped countless individuals expeditiously overcome legal matters related to divorce in the most feasible manner possible. We are prepared to offer you a free in-person or over the phone consultation to demonstrate to you how we can use our legal experience to your advantage during any divorce proceeding.
Schedule your free phone or in-office consultation with divorce attorneys Eisenstadt, Krippendorf & Galvin, LLP today by Contacting Us or by calling (617) 523-3500 right now.