Every Spousal Support and Maintenance Matter Is Different
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Many people who visit our office are concerned that their spouse is going to take everything from them or is not going to give them enough to live on.
The Law Office of Carol Weinstein Boileau works for clients on both sides of the spousal support divide throughout Middlesex County, Essex County and other areas of Massachusetts. Our goal is to foster a solution that will allow you to be in a good position as you look forward to the next part of your life.
To inquire about our divorce, spousal support (alimony), property division, child support, custody or other family law services, please call our office at 978-691-5666 or complete the brief contact form below to communicate through email.
What Issues Are Considered in a Spousal Support Matter?
In any spousal support matter in Massachusetts, issues that play a role in determining spousal support include:
- Your marriage’s length
- Your ages
- Your health
- Your lifestyle while married
- Work-related skills and capacity to earn income of a dependent spouse
Knows How to Present a Compelling Case
Of critical importance in fostering a solution that works for everyone involved is the quality of your lawyer. Our law firm’s sole practitioner knows what to look for in terms of financial assets, knows how to closely determine lifestyle matters and knows how to access credible experts to find hidden assets and value businesses or pensions appropriately.
As a family law attorney for more than 40 years, there is little that Carol Weinstein Boileau has not seen, tried, negotiated or fought for. She is passionate about family law and committed to helping people come to fair and sustainable outcomes concerning spousal support.
Our firm’s lawyer has had extensive trial experience as a family lawyer and as a former chief counsel for the Department of Social Services specializing in matters concerning custody, parenting plans, guardianship, paternity and adoption of children and training other lawyers how to litigate effectively. In your case, as with every client matter, she will focus unwaveringly on finding a solution that will keep you out of court, achieve your goals, save you time and money, and allow you the most control.