Kajko, Weisman & Colasanti, LLP

Helping Massachusetts residents successfully navigate the divorce process

With nearly 50 percent of U.S. marriages ending in divorce, each year, thousands of Massachusetts families are impacted by the end of a marriage and the many and varied legal issues that come with it. From the division of marital assets and property to disputes over child custody and visitation, the divorce process can be challenging and leave an individual feeling both emotionally and financially drained.

For individuals of considerable wealth, the divorce process can be especially complex and issues related to the division of assets and property, difficult to resolve. When attempting to negotiate how retirement accounts, investments, real estate and personal belongings should be divided; it's easy to become confused and overwhelmed. For these reasons, individuals facing high-asset divorces are advised to seek the advice and assistance of a legal professional who specializes in complex divorce matters.

The Massachusetts family law attorneys at Kajko, Weisman & Colasanti, LLP provide strong legal advocacy for individuals throughout every step of the divorce process. For example, in divorce cases involving a considerable amount of assets, we can assist individuals who have concerns that a soon-to-be ex-spouse is hiding assets. Additionally, we help clients understand and weigh the tax implications associated with certain financial concessions or agreements to ensure that a proposed settlement is truly in an individual's best interest.

From prenuptial agreements to alimony payments, the attorneys at Kajko, Weisman & Colasanti, LLP strive to ensure for an individual's financial security and prosperity. When possible, we work to resolve divorce matters as quickly as possible. In cases where divorce matters are in dispute, our attorneys are strong negotiators and litigators.

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