For many people, a divorce may be their first experience with the law. Whether your divorce is your first time needing a lawyer or not, it is essential that you have experienced and insightful counsel on your side. A knowledgeable Attleboro divorce attorney can ensure your rights are protected and that you fully understand all of the details of your case.

To enlist zealous representation, turn to attorney Brian D. Roman. From his office in Attleboro, Massachusetts, Mr. Roman brings more than two decades of experience to the table for his family law clients. This experience means that Mr. Roman knows how the law works, both in the law books and in the real world. He will provide you with legal advice that is responsive to the facts of your case and how other lawyers and judges may view your matter.

Contact Attleboro attorney Brian D. Roman today to learn more about the Massachusetts divorce process.

Spousal Support

Sometimes referred to as alimony, spousal support is a set amount of money that is paid from one spouse to another. In some cases, this can be a lump-sum amount, but it is more common for spousal support to be paid monthly. Though not all divorce situations include the payment of spousal support, it is possible to seek payments or attempt to prevent them from being ordered.

Property Division

In Massachusetts, the division of property and assets during divorce is handled according to the law of equitable distribution. This means that homes, cars, real property, bank accounts, retirement accounts and other assets are divided equally and fairly between the parties.

Issues Involving Children

When a divorcing couple has children, the process can become even more complicated. It is important that the best interests of the children be kept in mind while the issues of child support and child custody are settled.

Contact A Taunton Divorce Attorney Now

For more information about how to file for divorce, or how Mr. Roman handles divorce-related issues, contact him today and schedule a consultation. Call his Attleboro office at 508-669-5554.