Top Andover Divorce Lawyers - Massachusetts

HONIG & BARNES. LLP Attorneys at Law Honig & Barnes, LLP has over 60 years of combined legal experience. The law firm was formed by attorneys Robyn Frye Honig and Timothy H. Barnes. Robyn Frye Honig, Esquire graduated from Boston College in 1982 and Emory University School of Law in 1985. Attorney Honig is a member of the Massachusetts, New Hampshire and United States...

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At Healey, Deshaies, Gagliardi & Woelfel, PC, exceptional client service is what makes us unique. Dedicated and highly experienced attorneys and support staff ensure that your matter is handled with the utmost skill and care. Over the last 40 years our firm has provided excellent representation in real estate , zoning , and land use matters, together with estate planning and probate , family...

Family Law Our Legal Rights Advocates Lawyers are ready to assist with any of your Family Law needs. Let us help you with Alimony, Divorce, Pre- and Postnuptial Agreements, Child Custody and Visitation, and Spousal Property Rights.   We know these decisions can be difficult for you and strive to make the process as smooth as possible.   Our Personal Injury Lawyers Can Help You At Legal...

Specializing in domestic relations matters. I handle all aspects of family law including divorce, modification, contempt, custody, child support, alimony, visitation, Guardian Ad Litem investigations, Parent Coordinator services, and Abuse Prevention Orders....

At Reade Law Firm, PC, our attorneys are more than your lawyers – we accompany you through some of the most difficult times in your life, including divorce; child custody; child support; property division, including high asset divorces and complicated property division; and restraining orders, representing both the abused and accused We are dedicated to the needs of our clients and to...

The Law Office of Mary Jo Pothier is a private practice, which primarily represents cases of family matters. In addition to divorce, custody, child support issues, adoption and other family court matters, this office handles probate, estate planning, real estate (both commercial and residential) cases as well as civil litigation, immigration, bankruptcy and employment actions. The office...

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