Category American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
WHEN MEDIATION IS USUALLY NOT HELPFUL
From my experience as a litigator, I know that there are certain types of cases that usually do not settle despite attempts at mediation, among them, the most difficult being custody of children. While not impossible for parties to resolve their differences in custody cases, these cases involving the parties’ children are often “gut wrenchingly” […]
***** (5)stars Posted by George on May 9, 2013 Great result! Atty Byers did excellent work on 2 Modifications of Alimony, which I was paying $670.00 per week and I presently am not paying anything. I am a retired Atty.and this burden has been lifted. Phil was very efficient and always responsive to all calls etc. […]
Post-Divorce Modifications in Massachusetts
Are you currently in litigation regarding a post-divorce modification? If so, I invite you to look at my website for information that may be helpful to you.
Grandparent Visitation Rights in Massachusetts
Are you familiar with grandparent visitation rights in Massachusetts? I invite you to look at my website for more information.
Divorce Cases in Massachusetts
Are you currently going through a divorce in Massachusetts? Whether it is contested or uncontested you may want to know what your rights are. I invite you to view my website for information or call me for a consultation to discuss your unique circumstances.
Modification of Alimony in Massachusetts
Are you thinking of modifying your alimony obligation? Or, are you concerned that your former spouse will try to modify alimony that you are currently receiving? If you answered yes to either one of these questions, please take a look at my website for information, at Law Office of Philip J. Byers, or call today […]
SCOTUS and Same Sex Marriage
To all of you, I wish a happy, healthy, prosperous new year. There are several matters that are particularly exciting in which I am involved. Although I have been a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, especially the Massachusetts Chapter, since June 10, 1990, and had held office as well as participated on […]
RESTRICTIONS ON RIGHTS OF GAYS TO MARRY IN PENNSYLVANIA SWEPT AWAY
Noted in this brief article in the New York Times, Pennsylvania’s being the last state in the Northeast and the 19th state in the U.S. to recognize the rights of Gays and Lesbians to marry. There was a time when Jim Crow laws in the South and segregation throughout our country was pervasive. During the […]