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Exceptional! Attorney Byers handled my divorce and custody battle, which was complicated and long. It was a removal case to a country that was not a signatory of the Hague convention. Attorney Byers exceeded all of my expectations, by being available on weekends, evenings, and even holidays. Always checking on me to make sure I […]
It’s that time of year again when I am seeing a lot of prenuptial agreement requests. I call this “happy law” and it is becoming more and more popular with couples who are planning to marry. Such an agreement should clearly define the assets of each party at the time of the signing of the […]
5.0 stars Posted by Niall on May 8, 2013 A good man, person and excellent attorney I have know Atty. Philip Byers personally and professionally for many years. He handled my divorce proceedings in a most professional manner. During the preliminary proceedings, he had provided the opposing counsel with a separation agreement that was both […]
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Thank you so much for the wonderful review Ms. M. It was very rewarding for me to help you through that difficult time. Philip J. Byers 5 stars Posted by a Divorce client on Dec 2, 2013 Excellent I cannot say enough good things about attorney Byers. He helped me and my family through a […]
Thank you Ms. M for your thoughtful words. Law Office of Philip J. Byers 5 stars Posted by a Family client on Dec 11, 2013 Top Notch Attorney Attorney Byers represented me in a paternity matter and did an excellent job. He took time to explain the laws and what my rights were and was […]
Are you familiar with grandparent visitation rights in Massachusetts? I invite you to look at my website for more information.
QUARE: WILL AN ALIMONY ORDER CONTAINED IN A DIVORCE JUDGMENT ENTERED PRIOR TO THE ENACTMENT DATE IN 2012 OF THE ALIMONY REFORM ACT, IN AND OF ITSELF, BE A SUFFICIENT REASON TO TERMINATE THAT ALIMONY ORDER? For those of you who have been reading my articles describing the New Alimony Reform Act of 2011, the […]
If you have read some of my earlier Word Press articles describing the Alimony Reform Act of 2011, you are aware that Massachusetts, with the enactment of this legislation, limited the duration of alimony for short-term and mid-term marriages, and designated an age at which the payor would be released from the obligation of spousal […]
I am pleased to announce that I am now the Liaison Officer for National Alimony Trends for the National Committee of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers