Resolving Family Law Matters Out of Court

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We are a family law firm dedicated to resolving divorce and other family law matters through collaboration, negotiation, and communication. Our firm is dedicated to resolving family law matters outside of the traditional court process acting as your attorney or as a mediator.

All of the below listed practice areas can be resolved outside of court with Karen J. Levitt as your family law attorney or via mediation.

We offer our clients in Massachusetts a path to civil resolution and a path to move forward.

Our Family Law Practice Areas

Divorce

Divorce

Finalizing the dissolution of a marriage may be complex. There are commonly many facets including child custody and parenting plans, child support, alimony, property and asset division, and division of retirement accounts. As your family law attorney, we guide, counsel, and advocate or via mediation assist in resolving all matters to achieve resolution so you can move forward.
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Modifications

Modifications

After a divorce is final, circumstances may change. As a family law firm, we assist you in addressing the changes in circumstances that may include loss or change of a job, relocation, or remarriage.
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Unmarried Couples

Unmarried Couples

We offer legal counsel to help an unmarried party or unmarried couples address all the legal issues surrounding their relationship including children and support and in some cases, division of assets. arrow
Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements

Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements

We prepare or review prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.
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Change of Name

Change of Name

We help clients legally change their name including, in unique circumstances, changing a child’s name.
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Guardian ad litem

Guardian ad Litem

Karen J. Levitt has been appointed as Guardian ad litem in many family law cases to investigate and report to the Court family law issues generally related to children.
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Guardianship & Conservatorship

Guardianship and Conservatorship

We assist in uncontested matters for individuals being appointed as guardian or conservator.
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Who We Help

Family Law Firm Serving Middlesex and Essex Counties in Massachusetts

Levitt Family Law & Mediation helps people throughout all of Middlesex County in Massachusetts from Wakefield to Boxboro, Dracut to Hopkinton and Cambridge to Pepperell. Our clients include parents, partners, grandparents, and families living in Arlington, Belmont and Burlington, Lexington and Concord, Tewksbury and Lowell, Weston and Westford. We serve all towns and communities in Middlesex County in Massachusetts and also have many clients in Wellesley, Massachusetts.

In Essex County, Massachusetts, we help parents, partners, and families in the western part of Essex County including from Lynn and Peabody north to Amesbury, and west of I-95 including Boxford, North Andover, Andover, Haverhill, and Methuen.

How We Work

We work with clients who want to resolve any of the above family legal matters, including divorce, outside of court. Our clients seek to avoid the win-lose, confrontational, stressful, and adversarial process where a judge makes the final decision in court.

At Levitt Family Law & Mediation, we are experienced and happy to represent either party as your family law attorney or provide mediation services where Karen J. Levitt is the mediator to achieve resolution of family law matters including divorce.

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Mediation

A Neutral Party

Family Law Mediation

Mediation

Karen J. Levitt is a neutral party, the mediator, focused on achieving an agreed upon settlement between you and the other parties involved.
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to Resolve Matters Outside of Court

Settlement Counsel

Settlement Counsel

Karen Levitt is your attorney: listening, guiding, advising, and advocating for you throughout the process to reach a mutually agreed upon settlement.
Collaborative Law

Collaborative Law

Like settlement counsel, the focus is on achieving an agreed upon resolution of the family law matter outside of court.
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