Divorce Advice

Get Help With Your Massachusetts Divorce

Every divorce is different, and it is often hard to predict how it will affect the parties, their children and their families. However, when you have the attorneys at Pollack Law Group, P.C. on your side, you can be confident that you are being represented by experienced, sought-after lawyers who know what they are doing. That allows us to advise you effectively, whatever comes up during the divorce process.

Advice About All Types of Divorce Issues

When you hire our legal team to represent you during your divorce, you get more than someone who will go to court with you. You get experience and knowledge that helps you make the tough decisions about matters that involve:

  • Alcohol and drug abuse
  • Changing lawyers
  • Child custody risk factors
  • Contemplating divorce
  • Divorce dangers
  • Do-it-yourself divorce
  • Hiring a divorce attorney
  • Lost your job? Modify child support
  • Merger vs. survival clauses
  • Moving out
  • Planning divorce
  • Rule #1: File first
  • Telling others
  • Telling your spouse
  • Thinking about divorce?
  • What dads need to know
  • Your Facebook page can bite you!

Our law firm has offices and conference centers throughout Massachusetts and can meet with you at almost any time. Because we practice state wide, we know the staff and judges in the family courts and understand the way each court applies the law a little bit differently. This can be an enormous advantage to our clients - we call it the home court advantage.

Contact the Divorce Attorneys Who Can Advise You, Not Just Represent You

If you are thinking about getting a divorce - or are already in the middle of the process but unhappy with your attorney - talk to us. Learn how we can help you and guide you through the process, whatever comes up. For more information about our family law practice and the attorneys at Pollack Law Group, P.C., give us a call or complete our online form to schedule a free consultation. We can be reached at 800-763-1030 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

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