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Divorce & Family Law

Family Mediation may be a quicker and less expensive alternative to litigation. Attorney Nesson helps the parties approach divorce or other issues together–working to reach reasonable solutions to disputes. (Please see the Mediation Page)

Your divorce agreement will affect your life and the lives of your children far into the future. Attorney Alexander Nesson will assist you in working out a parenting plan, divide property, and devise support networks.

Your agreement will be comprehensive and will likely include:

  • Legal custody of minor children
  • Physical custody and parenting schedules
  • Child support
  • College costs, educational trusts, and custodial accounts
  • Tax deductions/exemptions
  • Martial residence: buyout, transfer, sale, joint ownership, tax consequences
  • Capital gains tax consequences upon sales and transfers of property
  • Medical insurance coverage for children
  • Medical coverage for divorced ex-spouse
  • Life insurance coverage
  • Alimony
  • Self-employed, family or other business
  • Retirement/pension plans: 401(k), 403(b) TIAA-CREF, IRA and other plans
  • Brokerage, bank and investment accounts
  • Stock options, stocks, bonds and funds, life insurance cash surrender value
  • Federal and Massachusetts taxes
  • Trusts: beneficial interests, irrevocable and revocable
  • Investment/rental property
  • Vehicles, house contents, and miscellaneous assets
  • Liabilities: charge card debt, car loans and lease, mortgage and equity line, promissory note, educational debt, and all other debt
Divorce cases are harder to determine because there is no winner or loser

In Bristol county, several cases involving hearings involving pensions and retirement benefits which the value and division was very similar to what client sought.

Many cases in Bristol, Norfolk and Brockton that started contested and able to amend to joint petition and resolve much quicker, easier and less costly

Many temporary motions dealing with custody, support, who lives in the home, expenses and more both resolved and to hearing.

In Bristol probate court representing the party saying that if a 22 year old full time college student that lives at home is emancipated(independent) because of working full time which the court found for my client