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Divorce can be one of the most stressful and overwhelming times in one's life. When a marriage ends, there are many issues to consider including finances, child custody, property, and if applicable, child care and alimony. Add to these issues the personal emotional hurdles and those of your children that come through as a sadness, depression, and sometimes anger.

Navigating a divorce, while coping with your day-to- day responsibilities, can take its toll on your quality of life. Attempting to navigate the legal system, with its changing laws and procedures shouldn’t be an additional burden.

Attorney Robin Fleischer can make this difficult time in your life easier by taking care of the legal strategy in your divorce while you concentrate on maintaining your everyday routine.

Most divorces in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts are filed as No Fault divorce. Filing a Fault Divorce is used only in certain rare situations.

A No Fault divorce does not place the blame on either party (spouse) but states the grounds for the divorce is an irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. The two types of no fault divorce are contested and uncontested.

Uncontested divorce


An uncontested divorce is when both parties (spouses) agree on all issues concerning the division of marital property, debts, child custody, visitation and alimony.

Joint paperwork is filed and a Separation Agreement is drafted, signed and submitted with the Petition for Divorce.

Your separation Agreement is the instruction manual for your divorce and should not be taken lightly.

Attorney Robin Fleischer will prepare your Petition for Divorce and will draft your separation agreement to ensure it contains all the required legal requirements as well as the conditions you have agreed upon. Attorney Fleischer will accompany you to the uncontested hearing before the judge to ensure that the agreement is accepted and your divorce is granted that day.

Contested divorce


A contested divorce is when neither party (spouse) can agree on the terms of the divorce which could include finances, property, or child custody. Attorney Fleischer will zealously represent you to find the correct legal solution to protect your rights and secure you the best settlement. The resolution to your divorce may include negotiating the contested issues with the opposing party, mediating or aggressively advocating in the court room. Whatever strategy used, Attorney Fleischer will be with you every step of the way.

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