Skilled Divorce Attorney For Complex Cases
- Property division and real estate
- Retirement or pension accounts
- Stock options or business valuations
- Custody and parenting time
- Mental health, substance abuse, intimate partner abuse and other issues
- Child support
- Spousal support/alimony
While most people want to keep their divorce out of court, it is important to prepare every case as if it may go to court in order to represent fully your financial and custodial interests. Anne has a tremendous amount of litigation, advocacy and settlement experience, and can prepare and guide clients for the process every step of the way.
Protecting Your Family And Financial Interests
Whether you are considering a divorce or separation, or are in the middle of one, you want to know that you, your children and your financial stability will be protected. You may be concerned about custody and parenting time arrangements, monthly expenses, career implications, child support, spousal support, retirement interests and the family home. Some concerns may be more prevalent than others, and you will likely have a lot of questions.
Founding attorney Anne Gillespie will take the time to address your concerns and answer your questions. With over 25 years of experience, Anne knows and understands how to navigate the courts, other lawyers and agencies, and how to work with family law experts. She collaborates routinely with financial, custodial, mental health and substance abuse experts to maximize your options, and to optimize our efforts to obtain agreements and orders that protect you, your children and your financial interests.
Serving Divorce Clients Throughout The Boston Area
From our office in Newton, we serve clients throughout the greater Boston area and throughout Norfolk, Middlesex, Suffolk and Essex counties. Call our office at 617-553-1556 or send us an email to set up an appointment.
We also represent clients in matters involving the Department of Children and Families to assist adoptive parents, foster parents and biological family members who need our advocacy.