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Attorney Geoffrey GermanFamily law and divorce cases are extremely personal and often include elements that are upsetting or emotional, particularly adoption, child custody, paternity matters, spousal support, and division of property and assets.

It is vital that you have an experienced family law and divorce attorney who has your best interest in mind, an attorney that fully understands your point of view and can guide you through the legal process and stand firm on those things that mean the most to you in your situation.

Attorney German handles all types of divorce and family law matters throughout Worcester County including the many issues related to uncontested divorce and divorce litigation, such as complex high net worth divorce. Attorney German also deals with issues that may arise after a divorce, such as past-due support payments, post-judgment modification, or contempt. Additional types of cases handled include: adoption, paternity, domestic violence, legal separation, separation agreements, parental relocation, and protective orders.

Divorce Litigation Practice

Attorney German handles all types of divorce related matters including divorce issues related to uncontested divorce and divorce litigation.

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Probate & Family Court

Our family law practice handles all matters that may go before the Worcester probate and family court.
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Divorce Articles

What You Need To Know About Divorce Modifications In Massachusetts

When you first go through a divorce, you likely determine the best child support, custody arrangement and division of property at the time. However, court orders pertaining to issues such as alimony, child support, custody, parenting time, health insurance and college education will work until the children reach the age of emancipation.  This is why […]

Protect Your Credit During a Divorce

The emotional aspect of divorce often makes it difficult to focus on the details of what needs to take place. One of the areas that is often overlooked is your credit rating. How can you protect yourself? Consider three tips. 1. Take inventory. Pull your credit report to get an idea of everything that is […]

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Divorce & Family Law Questions & Answers

If I want to move from Massachusetts with my child after or upon divorce, what do I need to do?

You need either written consent of the other parent or order (permission) of the court.

Can a spouse receive child support and alimony at the same time in Massachusetts?

Yes, depending on certain factors, including available income and need.

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