Bristol County, Massachusetts, Divorce Lawyer
There is no getting around the fact that a divorce or legal separation is not going to be emotionally easy. Many family law attorneys seem to believe that the more complex they can make things, the better off you will be. Divorce is an emotional decision. Your attorney needs to understand that your final settlement will be as much about listening to your needs, as it is about knowing how to fight for the furniture.
Contact me for a free consultation about your divorce or family law needs.
I am Fall River, Massachusetts, family law attorney Kenneth D. van Colen. I often find that divorce is among the most difficult of my areas of practice. People who are considering filing for divorce don’t come by the decision lightly.
Often, it is after years of trying to square things emotionally with themselves or their spouses, before the realization sets in that there is no salvaging their dying marriage. When people come to talk with me about my trial experience and how I can help, they are usually already emotionally drained and need an open ear, as much as a good attorney.
I Can Settle Things Peacefully and Efficiently
I Will Fight Hard in Court if I Have To
If you have decided to file for divorce, your next major decision will be the attorney you hire. At The Law Offices Burke, Espinola, & van Colen, I can help you get through the process without the endless bickering and excessive expense.
As your family law attorney, I will take the time to listen to you, so that I may better advise you as to your best legal options. I will work directly with you throughout the process and you will always know that you have someone you can call on when you need answers, or to just talk about what to do next. I will never hand your case off to a paralegal or an associate. You hire me. I will handle your case from start to finish.
I advise and represent people in divorce and family law matters such as:
- Complex divorce litigation and marital property division
- Child custody, child support and visitation issues
- Spousal support/alimony concerns
- Support enforcement and contempt cases
- Post-judgment modifications
- Domestic violence and restraining order issues
Getting an attorney involved in your divorce process as early as possible can save you from significant problems and expenses later. Contact Me to schedule an appointment to discuss the way you want your new future to look.