Considering a divorce may be one of the most challenging situations you will face in life. Where do you start? What if there are complications? You can count on the Divorce Law Monitor blog for information about the divorce process, how to select the right attorney, ways to protect your finances, how to be a good co-parent, custody and visitation issues, international concerns, information on alimony including the Alimony Reform Act and high profile divorce stories.
Nancy Van Tinenvantine@burnslev.com
Nancy Van Tine has practiced law for over 35 years exclusively in the area of domestic relations, including divorce, separation, pre- and post-nuptial agreements, child custody and child support. Often called upon as an expert to the media in divorce and family law issues, Nancy has appeared on “Chronicle” and “Geraldo Rivera,” in the columns of Margery Eagan of the Boston Herald, and on local Boston television stations. Nancy serves as Chair of Burns & Levinson’s Divorce & Family Group and Co-Chair of the Private Client Group.
Ronald P. Barriererbarriere@burnslev.com
Ron focuses his practice on family law and probate litigation, including informed negotiation of disputes, divorce, abuse prevention orders, custody disputes, actions involving the Department of Children and Families (“DCF”), paternity actions, and post-divorce modification and enforcement of alimony, child support and other judgments.
Andrea T. Dunbaradunbar@burnslev.com
Andrea focuses her practice on probate and family court litigation in both Massachusetts and Rhode Island, including will contests, representation of trustees, executors and beneficiaries, guardianships, conservatorships, divorce, paternity, child custody, alimony and modification matters.