Family & Divorce Lawyers Maynard

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    Maynard Office

    163 Main Street
    Maynard, MA 01754

    Quincy Office

    26 Elm Street
    Quincy, MA 02109

    Cape Cod Office

    100 Independence Drive
    Suite 7-622
    Hyannis, MA 02601-1898

    Located in Maynard, Massachusetts, our boutique law firm is proud of its strong local roots and its connection to the community. Forming relationships in the area is an important part of our practice. Whether you come to us with questions regarding estate planning or probate issues or you are going through the potential turmoil of a divorce or family law concern, the professionals at Levine-Piro Law will help guide you through the process. We are experts at crafting effective and creative solutions to complex legal situations. As part of the broader Maynard community, we have a deep understanding of any local ramifications.

    Facing legal challenges can be a daunting task. When you come to us for help, we understand that you may be at a low point. You’ll be partnered with a lawyer who will provide understanding as well as sound legal counsel. Our attorneys are committed to helping protect what you value most.

    Family and Divorce Law
    Levine-Piro Law provides counsel for all facets of family law, including divorce, custody, child support, alimony, contempt actions, and modifications. Such issues can be quite complicated and cause stress. When you partner with us, we’ll provide you the security of knowing that you have a lawyer on your side who will fight to obtain the best possible outcome for you and for your children.

    Mediation and Collaborative Law
    Not every divorce needs to be hostile. A collaborative divorce process removes the threat of litigation so that separating couples can work together to avoid future recriminations by focusing on a settlement that balances the needs of each member of the family. There are so many advantages to this process. Not only is it better for your budget, but with a lawyer trained in mediation techniques and the legal intricacies of the collaborative process, finding amicable solutions becomes an achievable goal.

    Estate Planning and Probate
    No one wants to think about death and dying. Unfortunately, this means that over half of all Americans don’t leave a will when they pass. This can create huge burdens for those they leave behind. Don’t do this to those you love. While it is tempting to delay your estate planning, consider the consequences. Instead of waiting until it’s too late, allow our attorneys to guide you through the process. Based in Maynard, our law firm understands the particulars of local probate and estate law. We’ll help you craft all the documents you’ll need so that you and your heirs can have peace of mind.

    Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
    Just the term “prenup” can cause a negative reaction. However, a well-crafted prenuptial agreement protects both parties and can contribute to the health of a marriage by eliminating potential sources of conflict. It gives each person a chance to discuss expectations up front, thus facilitating better communication between partners. While a good prenuptial agreement will make a potential separation easier, it also makes it less likely.

    Elder Law
    As people continue to live longer, situations where an elderly person needs help to handle his or her affairs grow more common. Whether an elderly parent or relative needs assistance with finances, medical concerns, or personal affairs, the right legal measures can protect and care for a loved one who needs help. Parents of developmentally disabled children may also want to consider seeking legal counsel for advice on how to protect them medically, personally, and financially as they grow into adulthood.

    Guardian ad litem
    A guardian ad litem is someone who is appointed to represent the best interests of a vulnerable person such as a child. There are several types of such appointments that may occur in a Probate and Family Court setting. The first is an impartial professional, often a lawyer, who is appointed by the court to investigate and report on any contested issues concerning minor children, such as custody and visitation. The second is what is called a GAL/Next Friend. This type of GAL is not an impartial observer; neither is he or she an attorney for the children. Rather, he or she advocates for the best interests of the children. Finally, a GAL may be appointed for an incapacitated or protected adult.

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