Massachusetts Mediated Divorce Attorney Discusses Attending Court in Mediated Divorce
I advise clients as a In Massachusetts Massachusetts Mediated Divorce Attorney that anyone getting a divorce has to go to court unless there’s a special waiver by the court which is typically not allowed, unless the party seeking the waiver is unable to attend because they live out of state or they’re sick. In Massachusetts you do have to go to court because the court needs to review the agreement and find that it’s fair and reasonable. I advise clients as a Massachusetts Mediated Divorce Attorney that the court also wants to question the parties as to whether there has been full and complete financial disclosure as part of the mediation process and whether they signed the agreement freely and voluntarily. If you are seeking a mediated divorce, contact our experienced Massachusetts Mediated Divorce Attorneys.
This informational blog post was provided by Cynthia Hanley, an experienced Massachusetts Mediated Divorce Lawyer.