Divorce Lawyers in
Worcester County

Worcester Attorneys Who Can Help Guide You Through Your Divorce

The attorneys at Glickman, Sugarman, Kneeland & Gribouski know that divorce can cause feelings of pain, sorrow, loss, anger, and fear. While our top priority is achieving the legal outcome you deserve, we're equally focused on helping you get through the emotional aspect of the process as well.
We're equally focused on helping you get through the emotional aspect of the process as well.

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Helping You Achieve the Promise of Something Greater

The attorneys at Glickman, Sugarman, Kneeland & Gribouski can help you achieve a positive resolution to your divorce, no matter the nature of your breakup. We know that the sooner your case is resolved, the sooner you can start enjoying the promise of a new start.

Communication is Key With GSK&G

Working with your divorce attorney from GSK&G, you'll quickly discover that our firm is different. We prioritize transparency and keeping the lines of communication between you and your attorney open at all times. This helps ensure that we adjust to any change in circumstances that might occur during the divorce proceedings and guarantees that we always understand what you prioritize in any resolution of your case.
Our commitment to a transparent process also means we're here to answer every question that comes to mind, whether it's an important legal matter or a small detail. Even a question that you may think is unimportant or trivial at the time will receive our undivided attention.

Covering All Aspects of Divorce 

We are able to assist you with every aspect of a Massachusetts divorce. You can feel comfortable coming to us with questions about:
  • Property division. Because a divorce can raise complex financial concerns, especially if one of the divorcing parties is a business owner, it's in your best interest to retain a lawyer who has a trained eye for detail, like the attorneys at GSK&G. 
  • Grounds. We can help you understand the different grounds for divorce allowed by Massachusetts law. After we have consulted with you and have an understanding of your particular situation, we can help you choose the type of divorce that is best-suited for the circumstances your face. 
  • Custody. When children are involved, a divorce can become even more complicated, and we're here to answer all of your questions for you. We know you want to put your children's best interest first. We'll help you balance the interests of your child with your own so you get a resolution that accounts for all of your possible concerns.
  • Child support. Parents have legal and moral obligations to support their children financially. That shared economic responsibility can become especially confusing when a marriage comes to an end. We'll guide you through the process and help you understand how formulas for payment are derived.
  • Alimony. Alimony is calculated according to several different factors, and unlike child support, there is no set formula. We can help you understand what lies ahead and help you prepare for the impact of alimony on your life after your divorce is finalized.

Rational Expertise in Uncertain Times

The emotionally charged nature of a divorce proceeding can often cloud the waters on important legal decisions. Support, custody, and property issues can collide with personal concerns, resulting in a difficult and bewildering experience for many clients. However, anyone who hires Glickman, Sugarman, Kneeland & Gribouski can rest assured that we keep a level head when it comes to the legal issues that are raised during a separation, helping you navigate the often turbulent seas of a stormy divorce proceeding.

Don't let the turmoil of a family breakup prevent you from achieving the best possible result when your marriage is ending. Please contact Glickman, Sugarman, Kneeland & Gribouski to schedule a free consultation and discuss the legal issues you are facing.

Call 508-756-6206 or use our online contact form to schedule a free consultation at our Worcester office.
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