Divorce cases may involve complex collateral questions regarding taxes, trusts and estates and business entities, and family lawyers at small family law firms may not have ready access to tax attorneys, trust and estate attorneys, corporate and real estate attorneys to assist and advise their clients on such questions. As a mid-sized law firm, we have these experienced attorneys available to collaborate, working together on our clients’ behalf at a value Boston-based firms cannot match.
At Wilchins Cosentino & Novins our divorce attorneys are committed to helping individuals and families successfully navigate the divorce process. With decades of experience, our team of top rated divorce lawyers is able to offer a wide range of legal services to fit each individual’s needs. Experienced in both divorce mediation and litigation, our family lawyers work closely with each client to develop the best strategy to protect their interests. We have vast experience in resolving cases through collaborative negotiation and mediation and in litigating complex and contentious cases in the Massachusetts Probate and Family Court system.
Divorces can be complex and our divorce lawyers are skilled in advising and counseling our clients on complicated matters including division of property, alimony, child support and child custody and parenting time. Issues related to a family law matter can touch on many other areas of the law including real estate, tax law and trusts and estates. Our firm offers the tremendous benefit of having attorneys who specialize in these areas to consult with as we analyze, negotiate and litigate your divorce.
Financial Settlement Saves Thousands of Dollars in High-Conflict Divorce Case
Meet Our Family Law Attorneys at Wilchins Cosentino & Novins
Michael P. Friedman
Erin Fitch Nielson
David Burgess was an absolute pleasure to work with … When we had our court date, I had the curious feeling that I was being walked down the aisle in reverse by someone I felt very safe with.
Why WCN for Family Law Matters
Right-sized. We are large enough to have the depth of expertise and knowledge, while small enough to be available, accessible and personal.
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