Divorce Attorney Woburn MA
Divorce Attorney Woburn, Massachusetts – Pauline Scalley, has been helping men and women across Massachusetts address their divorce and family law concerns for more than 20 years. Attorney Scalley takes the time to understand your objectives, listen to your concerns, explore all of your options and explains your rights and obligations so that you know what to expect during the divorce process.
Divorce impacts every aspect of your life, affecting you in unexpected ways. From your relationship with your children to the assets you have worked a lifetime for, everything is uncertain in a divorce. However, if you choose the right lawyer to represent you, you can rest assured that your interests are being protected by someone with the knowledge and determination to safeguard everything you have at stake.
An Experience Divorce Attorney Makes a Difference
Before you begin the divorce process, you should consult with an experienced divorce attorney to review your options, your financial status, and your over-arching goals. Attorney Scalley provides attentive, dependable, and cost-effective legal representation for her clients, focusing on meeting their unique needs. She believes that it is in the best interest of her clients to settle a divorce amicably when possible, but realizes that this is not always an option.
She has extensive trial experience and is prepared to do whatever is necessary to safeguard the best interest of her clients. Whether your divorce can be settled amicably through Divorce Mediation or through litigation, she will always focus on doing what is necessary to obtain the best possible outcome.
During a divorce business owners, professionals and people who have substantial assets have unique and complex legal issues that need to be handled with experience and care. A divorce has an impact on the rest of your life, so having an experienced divorce attorney that knows and understands the process of identifying, characterizing and valuing your assets and the equitable distribution of marital property is critical to protecting you and your family’s future.