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Our Divorce Attorneys Offer Three Options for Legal Representation
When you decide that a no-nonsense approach to divorce is the right option for you, there are three different plans you can choose from. Select the option that is right for you, and then call (800) 941-DIVORCE to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation.
Option #1: Divorce Paperwork and Consultation Service
When you opt for this type of "a la Carte" service, you can pick and choose what you need from our Springfield and Pittsfield divorce attorneys. This option provides you with the safety net of legal oversight and advice, but doesn't drain your bank account in the process. Self-help legal services can be a do-it-yourself approach to family law. This arrangement requires the signing of an agreement with our law firm, and provides you with the assurance of both a confidential and fiduciary relationship with one of our Western Massachusetts lawyers.
The preparation of forms in the Massachusetts probate and family courts is very complicated, and attorneys have the most recent forms on computer programs which ensure that the form is completed correctly and that all necessary forms are filed. It is not uncommon for the parties representing themselves to not have the correct forms and for a filing to be rejected by the court. Failure to file the correct forms can result in not obtaining the relief you are asking for.
With our divorce paperwork service, you get your divorce on a budget, but you don't give up help from a divorce attorney.
Option #2: Flat-Fee, Uncontested Divorce Help
Our Western Massachusetts attorneys streamline the process to make it easier than hiring traditional Massachusetts divorce lawyers, and more thorough and effective than online filing services. This makes our law firm perfect for couples already separated, or military couples with a spouse deployed overseas.
This is a departure from other Springfield, Pittsfield or Western Massachusetts divorce attorneys who earn more the longer a divorce lasts. Self-help centers, paralegals or document preparers who aren't attorneys cannot give Massachusetts divorce law advice, and legally are not allowed to represent clients.
We Offer What "Bill By the Hour Attorneys" Do Not…A Low Cost, Flat-Fee Price.
Massachusetts Divorce and Family Law does not have to be difficult or expensive. If you're looking for an affordable and hassle-free way to take care your divorce, our family law attorneys can help.
We Make the Massachusetts Divorce Process Fast, Easy and Affordable
The family law attorneys at Massachusetts Family Law Group offer free, no-obligation consultations. Get the answers you need. You've got nothing to lose and money to save. You can afford a Springfield or Pioneer Valley divorce lawyer. Call us at (800) 941-DIVORCE or e-mail us today.
Option #3 – Full Service, Experienced Legal Representation
Family life is not always smooth, especially when it comes to ending a marriage. The Hampden County and Hampshire County divorce attorneys from Massachusetts Family Law Group handle divorce matters and address issues of custody and parenting plans, alimony and spousal support, child support and property division, along with post-divorce modifications and enforcement.
We focus on strong and protective advocacy for family law clients. Our lawyers will stand up to those who want to intimidate our clients, and we provide the personalized attention for each client to resolve his or her legal issues and move ahead in the best possible way.
We are a group of straightforward attorneys. We know that effectively representing our clients sometimes means saying things they don't want to hear. You may not always like what we tell you, but you can count on it.
Which Option Makes the Most Sense for You?
If you are not sure which option is right for you, don't worry about it this early in the process. You can even switch between the options if you determine another situation is a better fit. We can help you decide when you meet us at your first meeting.
Have Divorce Questions? We Have Answers.
You have questions: What are my options? What are my rights? Who will guide me in making choices that are best for my children? How can I make this transition without destroying myself, my children, and other important family connections? How do I know if I am making sound decisions or reacting emotionally to my situation? Who can I turn to for dependable advice?
The search for answers can be almost as confusing as the questions themselves. Your neighbors, parents and friends will all want to help, but getting accurate, objective, trustworthy counsel to guide you through your unique situation is critical to your future.
Experience counts. With more than 40 combined years of experienced and aggressive courtroom experience, there isn't much we haven't seen. Contact us online, or call (800) 941-DIVORCE to schedule an appointment.