Divorce for Seniors: Attorney In North Shore, Massachusetts

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Legally, a divorce is a divorce, regardless of age. Divorcing seniors, though, face challenges that are largely unique to their demographic. For instance:

  • Seniors can't usually "start over" financially. The time to amass savings is the past. The time to protect savings is now.
  • Seniors more often were in long-term marriages. Often the marriage produced children. The emotions that result from the dissolution of long-term marriages and that involve children can be overwhelming.
  • Seniors often face pressing health concerns. Questions of medical insurance and income can therefore be of pressing importance.
  • Seniors often possess larger than average assets. Seniors therefore need legal help from a lawyer who is experienced in protecting high-value property.

If you are a senior facing divorce in Massachusetts, contact an experienced divorce for seniors attorney in Boston. I am Annette Baker Doolin of the Law Office of Annette Baker Doolin, and I can provide you with the diligent and knowledgeable legal assistance you need.

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As an experienced divorce attorney, I have assisted dozens of divorcing senior citizens protect their rights regarding retirement assets, real estate, health insurance, Medicaid and alimony. Your retirement assets may already be serving as a source of income, and your emotional bond with your home may be strong. I can provide aggressive and strategic legal assistance to protect your rights and future. Learn more about them by contacting my Beverly office.

Contact Us: Helping Divorcing Senior Citizens Facing Unique Divorce Challenges

The Law Office of Annette Baker Doolin is located in Beverly's Cummings Center, an award-winning restoration of the former United Shoe Machinery plant. The Cummings Center features free parking, easy access by the MBTA bus and North Shore commuter rail, and convenient access via routes 1-A, 62 or 128.

We accept all major credit cards, and we are easily reached: simply call 978-712-4268 or complete the online form on our contact us page.