When a couple is divorcing and do not agree on how to settle all of their issues, the divorce becomes a contested divorce. This means that attorneys must become involved to ensure each party is protected and the matters are settled in a way that is equitable for the parties.
At the Law Offices of Lisa A. Ruggieri, P.C., we understand the stress and emotional turmoil that can accompany the breakup of a marriage. Contested divorces can often take a great deal of time and energy to resolve. Our firm works diligently on behalf of clients to minimize the impact on their lives while seeking an end to the divorce issues that suit their best interests whenever possible.
Contested divorce lawyer Lisa Ruggieri can review your situation, explain the legal process and discuss the unique factors that affect your case. Call 781-489-3759 or send us an email to schedule a consultation.
Protecting Your Rights Throughout The Contested Divorce Process
We at the Law Offices of Lisa A. Ruggieri, P.C., advise and represent clients in all aspects of marital dissolution, including:
- Child custody and visitation
- Child support
- Division of property
- Same-sex divorce
- Maintaining lifestyles
- Divorce tax issues
- Business valuations
During this time, it is important to be focused on the future and not allow your emotions to lead you to make poor decisions. We will guide you through the contested divorce process and help you make the transition to the next stage of your life.
Achieving The Right Solution For You And Your Family
Whenever possible, our firm seeks to resolve all divorce-related matters through negotiation. This can reduce your stress level, help your children more quickly adjust to their new situation and produce a positive result in an economic manner.
When necessary to protect your rights and achieve an acceptable solution, our firm will zealously advocate on your behalf. Your future and your family are important to us. The Law Offices of Lisa A. Ruggieri, P.C., will work to achieve the right solution for you and your family.