An Attorney Helping You Navigate The Complexities Of Divorce
Ending a marriage is usually difficult on an emotional level, but it is also a legal process involving complex logistical work. Unfortunately, it’s very difficult to focus on the latter when you are overwhelmed by the emotional work ahead of you.
At a time like this, you need a caring and supportive attorney who is also legally savvy and highly organized. That’s what you’ll find when you hire Greco Law, PLLC. I’m attorney Laura Greco Naylor, and I bring 25 years of legal industry experience to each client and each case. I’ll be your dedicated legal and personal advocate throughout your divorce, ensuring that the process runs smoothly and your interests are protected.
Creating A Comprehensive And Viable Divorce Agreement
I regularly work with clients from all walks of life who are ending marriages (including same-sex marriages) and attempting to move forward as single people. In order to do that successfully, it is critical to address all outstanding and create a divorce settlement that meets your needs now and in the future. I can help you with issues like:
- Property and asset division (including complex assets)
- Division of retirement assets
- Spousal support/alimony
- Custody of children
- Child support
Working with an attorney is helpful, not only because of their legal knowledge but also because they provide an objective opinion outside the conflict and emotions of the divorce. In addition to bringing a calm, professional perspective, I also listen carefully to your needs and goals and advise you on the most productive strategies to achieve those results.
Understanding The Differences Between Contested and Uncontested Divorce
Most couples going through divorce have at least some disagreements about the terms. Because there are issues to be resolved, the divorce is contested. The parties will need to resolve those differences through negotiation, litigation or an alternative method like mediation.
In certain cases, couples agree on all terms of the divorce before they ever even file the paperwork. This scenario is more likely to happen with younger couples, married a short time, without children and without significant assets to split.
Even if you think your divorce will be uncontested, it is still a good idea to consult with an attorney. First of all, there may be contested issues you failed to consider. Second, you’ll want a legal professional to ensure that your documents are filled out and submitted correctly and the terms of the divorce are fair to both sides. Divorce is always a legal process, and mistakes can be costly. For this and other reasons, hiring an attorney ahead of time is a wise investment. My firm can provide as many or as few legal services as your case requires.
How Can My Firm Help You? Contact Me To Discuss Your Options.
Greco Law, PLLC, serves clients throughout Essex, Suffolk and Middlesex counties. The best way to discover if I am the right attorney for you is to speak with me during an initial consultation. To schedule yours, you can reach out online or call my office in Woburn at 978-806-6922.
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