In this new webinar and podcast, Attorney Michael Monteforte sits down with Attorney Barbra Black. Attorney Black concentrates her practice in the areas of divorce & family law in both Massachusetts and New Hampshire. She has extensive litigation and trial experience and handles a variety of family law cases involving complex and diverse issues. Barbra is the managing partner at Black, LaFrance & Bollinger, LLC, which is actively practiced in both Massachusetts and New Hampshire. The Black Law Group, LLC is committed to providing clients with the highest quality representation through thoughtful, committed, and zealous advocacy. Their firm is able to educate you about the law, walk you through the legal process, and always keep you informed of your options and alternatives. Barbra discusses her firm and the cases that she most commonly sees and has experienced in this webinar/podcast.
Attorney Black's divorce & family law practice includes, but is not limited to, prenuptial & postnuptial agreements, joint petitions for divorce, contested divorce actions, same-sex divorce actions, custody and or child support cases, and modification and contempt cases. She goes into more detail about some of these subjects in this podcast.
If you are going through a divorce, or already have, this webinar/podcast may be worth the listen. Attorney Barbra Black goes over many subjects that she has had experience in, including cases that arise out of divorce and there is a change of circumstance. Another topic that is talked about is custody and changes in family life. Barbra also discusses marriage cases, which include doing prenuptial or postnuptial agreements, which is a contract between the two parties, either before or after marriage. The last section of cases that they go over are parties that were never married but have children.
Attorney Michael Monteforte then dives into modification, and how important it is in estate planning. Clients often think that once their estate plan is done, they never have to think about it again or change it. However, this is not the case, as circumstances in life are always changing, as should your estate plan. Barbra relates to this in her area of practice because clients who are in the middle of a divorce and have young children may have lots of issues as time goes on.
To learn more about divorce and family law, how it relates to your estate plan, and why it may be important to you and your family, watch or listen to the full webinar/podcast!
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