Massachusetts Divorce Appeal Attorney
The ramifications of of a divorce are far reaching. The division of property (assets and debts) will become permanent if not appealed. The other terms of the divorce judgment (e.g., alimony, child custody and support) become the baseline for any future contempt or modification action unless challenged on appeal.
Divorce appeals are very fact intensive, can include a battle of expert opinion, and require a keen attention to detail. Contact (978-846-5184) MA Divorce Appeal Attorney William Driscoll for an assessment of your case.
Divorce litigation can be fairly straight forward or very complex. Both have involved a lot of time and stress on your part. Appeals Attorney Driscoll offers to assess your situation now and project what the future can hold for you.
Divorces can ultimately stifle or ruin the future of individuals and businesses. Judges do not always take proper account of tax effects, business profit shares, benefits and other "expectations." You had one chance at your divorce. Now you have one chance at a divorce appeal to correct errors or omissions made in the trial court. Do not wait. Appellate rights expire.