Mediation is Not Just for Divorce
My mediation practice ranges from Divorce, Post-Divorce Modifications, Parenting Plans, Child Custody, Cohabitation & Non-Marital Parenting, Mediation for Same Sex Couples, Contempts, to other non Family Law matters such as Contested Probate Estate Matters. I have over 30 years of experience in Family Law and bring to the table a wealth of knowledge at a […]
Contempt Cases in Massachusetts
Are you familiar with the laws regarding contempt of a court order from the Massachusetts Probate Court? I invite you to view my website for more information, or call my office for a consultation to discuss your unique situation.
New Website- Philip J. Byers
We are very proud of our new website http://www.philipjbyers.com and hope you will view it and let us know what you think. We especially want to thank Dr. Aaron Pollock, email@example.com, who designed and implemented it for us. He did an AMAZING job and was a pleasure to work with!
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Virgina is for Lovers?
A lead story in the Sunday New York Times dated July 29, 2012 concerned a same-sex married couple in Vermont who had one child born from one of the parties during the marriage by artificial insemination who had subsequently decided to divorce. Vermont does recognize same-sex marriage, and as a result, divorces in that instance are […]
Mediation v. Litigation
(originally posted http://www.philipjbyers.com on February 16, 2012) There are many benefits to ADR, otherwise known as Alternative Dispute Resolution. The procedure is more civilized. Lawyers can be involved and participate in the process. The better mediators encourage the parties each get an attorney. The often asked question is why do you want an attorney if […]