How We Can Help
Experienced Massachusetts Divorce Attorneys
Miller Law Group, P.C. is one of the premier divorce and family law firms in New England. With nearly 100 years of collective legal experience among our lawyers and staff, there isn’t much we haven’t seen.
If you are facing a family law issue, we have the experience you need to handle it effectively.
We help our clients through a number of means, including:
Familiarity with Courts & Judges
We emphasize knowing nearly all of the almost 50 Massachusetts Probate & Family Court judges; so much so that we assign each of our attorneys exclusively to particular courtrooms, so they get to know the different styles of the judges. Familiarity with the local courts and judges helps us tailor our arguments and strategies in the way that will be best received by the judge.
Access to Experts
Our clients get the added benefit of our long-standing relationships with outside family law experts and professionals. We can help put you in contact with experts who can provide helpful expert testimony in support of your case. This includes vocational experts, psychologists, forensic accountants and more.
When appropriate, we file divorce paperwork first. While the courtroom is not the best venue to negotiate every case, in cases that are likely to be contentious, we file first so that we can control, to a certain extent, the order in which the judge considers the issues. This is just one advantage to filing first.
A Legal Brain Trust
Every week, our attorneys get together and discuss strategy, share details about their cases and collaborate by exchanging respective experiences. This is why we’re known as a legal brain trust. When you retain our firm, you get the intellectual capital of our entire legal staff in your corner.
Our Massachusetts divorce attorneys handle uncontested divorce cases. This is the most favorable option if you and your spouse have committed to agreeing on all the issues. This option can save you both time and money by helping resolve your divorce out of court while also giving you more control over the outcome.
When spouses cannot agree on all the issues, the divorce is considered contested. Miller Law Group, P.C. handles amicable divorces (those in which spouses agree on many of the issues, but still have to appear in court for one hearing to finalize the matter), contested divorces and complex divorce litigation.
Contempt & Enforcement
A person is considered to be in contempt of court when he or she fails to follow through on a court order, such as those outlined in divorce, alimony and child support agreements. Our family law attorneys at the Miller Law Group, P.C. are available to help individuals who need to enforce court orders, as well as those who do not have the financial means to follow through on a court order and would like to request a modification.
If you are experiencing any of these family law issues, contact Miller Law Group immediately.