Main Navigation

Law Offices of Lisa A. Ruggieri
781-489-3759 Weekend & Evening Appointments Available

Assembling a strong team can be a key factor in divorce success

It's certainly true that many Massachusetts residents get by just fine in the divorce process by relying solely on a seasoned family law attorney.

That is, a deeper team of professionals surrounding experienced legal counsel is not always necessary to secure a fair divorce result. It is often the case that a proven family law attorney can readily handle everything from child custody, parenting plans and visitation to support matters, property division concerns and anything else that crops up.

That is not always the case, though, of course. In some divorces, unique concerns compel the input of non-legal professionals as well, such as accountants and therapists. When that is the case, a family law specialist -- especially an attorney who routinely represents clients in relatively complex divorces -- will be glad to introduce other potential professionals who can contribute as team members to a successful outcome.

Professional collaboration can greatly benefit a divorcing party, and in many obvious ways. A family law commentator notes in a recent Forbes article that the most important decision an individual often makes is "assembling a well-reasoned team of professionals, appropriate to your unique situation."

Again, no experienced attorney will balk at a client's request to expand a divorce team and reach out for additional specialized help. Indeed, attorneys with demonstrated records of success in family law matters will strongly welcome a client's input on the matter and desire to improve their divorce bottom line.

Massachusetts residents who want discuss an appropriate mix of professional help that might reasonably promote a best-case outcome in their divorce can reach out to a proven Boston-area family law attorney.

Your lawyer will be glad to help.

No Comments

Leave a comment
Comment Information

Privacy Policy | Business Development Solutions by FindLaw, part of Thomson Reuters.