Guidance For Divorce And Family Law Issues
At Cote Law Offices, I know how frustrating and worrisome divorce can be. When children are involved, the stakes become increasingly high. Making sure things are done correctly is the only way to protect your financial future and your family’s best interests. Perhaps moreso than most other areas of law, hiring the right divorce attorney is critical at this important turning point in your life.
From offices in Danvers, I represent clients in divorce and family law matters in courts throughout Massachusetts. Call or contact Cote Law Offices today to schedule a consultation to meet with me as soon as possible.
Why Does More Than 30 Years Of Experience Matter?
There is no such thing as a small detail when it comes to making sure the final agreements are handled correctly between you and your ex-spouse or other parent of your child. I take the time to listen to your concerns, then work with you to pursue a strategy that will protect your rights and interests. No matter how much you think you have an agreement hammered out, there is almost always something that may become a problem if things don’t meet court expectations. That is why having experience on your side will is the best way to get through family law issues efficiently and cost-effectively.
My experience includes:
- Divorce property settlements: Including complex high-asset property division and equitable distribution of retirement assets and business ownership.
- Child custody and parenting rights: Including equitable child support and parenting schedules that protect the best interests of the child.
- Personal and marital property: Including litigating personal property that has been comingled with marital assets.
About Prenuptial Agreements
If you are planning a marriage and will be bringing assets into the marriage or have children from a prior marriage, I can help you protect your interests with a prenuptial agreement. This is a contract that protects both parties’ individual assets and details how the division or retention of those assets will be handled in case of divorce. A prenup is not a guarantee of marriage; it is a way to protect yourself in the event that something unforeseen occurs.