The Law Office of Gina M. Ghioldi,P.C. is a four attorney firm located in historic Lexington, Massachusetts. The firm specializes in divorce and other areas of domestic relations such as prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements, pre-divorce planning, custody and support, and post-divorce modifications. Our attorneys have extensive experience handling a wide range of divorce matters including cases involving closely held businesses and limited family partnerships, acquired or anticipated inheritance, spouses with mental illness, and children who have intellectual, emotional, developmental and/or learning disabilities. We also have extensive experience working with couples where one party suffers from PTSD (we work with many veterans) and children with drug and other substance addictions. The firm additionally provides personalized estate planning services to a wide range of clients, including those who need just a simple plan to those with complex family issues and high net worth. Attorney Ghioldi works with a close network of colleagues who specialize inother areas of law including personal injury, and is often called upon to provide qualified and trusted referrals.
By demystifying the law and taking you through the legal process step by step, we can resolve your legal issues in a timely and cost-effective manner. We recognize that each client has individual needs, and that you should be involved as decisions are made and strategies implemented. We make the law work for you. We also recognize that choosing the right attorney is critical to the outcome of your matter, so there is never a charge for initial consultations.
Our goal is to empower you with the law.
Divorce is emotionally, financially and legally complex. One mistake can lead to a lifetime of regret. You need an experienced divorce attorney to protect you in all areas including legal and physical custody, visitation, child support, alimony and division of assets (including business interests and inheritance).
Unfortunately, a divorce does not guarantee that your troubles with an ex-spouse are over. If you’re owed money from your former spouse, they aren’t adhering to the terms of your divorce, your parenting schedule isn’t working or you are paying too much in support/alimony, call us – we know exactly what to do.
A Prenuptial Agreement protects you in the case of divorce from or the death of your future spouse. If you have a house, retirement benefits or other assets, are a business owner, have been married before, have children, expect inheritance or are forfeiting earning potential to accommodate the marriage, talk to us.
You can’t take chances when it comes to protecting your family. Whether your goals include making sure children are cared for, providing for a disabled family member, preserving family assets, keeping a family business intact, minimizing tax liability or avoiding probate, we have the expertise to create the plan you need.
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