Category: Family Law Services

Lynda J. Robbins is a family law lawyer who has been providing family law services in Massachusetts for over 30 years. Lynda chooses non-court options, such as mediation and Collaborative law, to resolve divorce and other family disputes. These options are the most productive methods of problem solving – designed to minimize the pain and often resulting in lower cost. Helping clients take control of their own outcomes is the cornerstone of her family law services.

Lynda’s family law services include:

  • Divorce Mediation
  • Collaborative Divorce
  • Divorce modifications
  • Child custody
  • Visitation and parenting plans
  • Prenuptial agreements
  • Post-marital agreements
  • Extended family disputes
  • Court-appointed and private work as a parent coordinator
  • Support Paternity
  • Marital Mediation for couples to address the hurdles to their staying together.

The blog articles will help you better understand what family law services are available and how they can help you. To learn more, contact Lynda Robbins for a discussion.

Divorce Mediator Qualifications

Divorce Mediators are valuable professional resources who assist those going through a divorce or navigating the troubled waters leading up to a possible divorce. Divorce …

What is Divorce Mediation?

Divorce mediation is a viable option that should be strongly considered for couples contemplating or navigating a divorce. Unfortunately, many couples do not understand what …

Trial Separations: Not Required but Often Helpful

While some believe that trial separations are mandatory before a divorce can be legalized, the truth is that they are not actually required, though they …

Retirement Assets in Divorce

Divorce and retirement assets can be very challenging. When determining an equitable division of retirement assets in a divorce context, it is generally best to …

Inheritance and Divorce

Occasionally an inheritance is an unexpected windfall, but an anticipated inheritance can also be an important component of a couple’s household budget or retirement planning.  …

To Sell or Not to Sell: Real Estate and Divorce

One challenging aspect of divorce is the fact that numerous important practical decisions must be made while the parties are simultaneously working through difficult emotional …