Divorce Attorney in Norfolk County

Representing Family Law Cases in all Norfolk County, including Medway, Millis, Dover, Franklin, Walpole & Bellingham

If you are going through a divorce, seeking child support or custody, filing for guardianship, or have any other family law needs, contact Angel Burke Law today. Backed by over 15 years of experience, Attorney Angel Burke is thoroughly familiar with all aspects of Massachusetts divorce and family law. He has helped hundreds of clients successfully resolve their legal problems and can help you, too. Our attorney can help you make sound decisions as he guides you throughout every stage of the legal proceedings.

Our Commitment to Excellence

  • Massachusetts Bar Association
  • Massachusetts U.S. District Court
  • Leo Wyman Award

Personalized Method of Care

As a boutique law firm, we can commit 100% of our attention, effort, and time to each of our clients. Other, larger law firms often have clients interact heavily with paralegals or inexperienced lawyers. When you work with Angel Burke Law, you get individualized, special attention from an experienced legal professional working on your behalf.

You can count on Attorney Angel Burke to provide you with comprehensive legal counsel with the following issues:

  • Divorce—if you want to dissolve your marriage legally, Brian M. Angel Burke can represent you throughout the legal process. Whether you seek a contested or uncontested divorce or are concerned about property division in a high net worth divorce, Attorney Burke is dedicated to advocating for your interests.
  • Alimonyin divorce cases, the parties must resolve issues concerning the temporary or continued financial support of a spouse who will be left with certain economic needs upon divorce.
  • Arbitration—as an alternative dispute resolution method to litigation, arbitration can be a more effective way to settle things between you and your former spouse. Your attorney can advise you on your options regarding the appropriateness of arbitration and represent you during arbitration proceedings.
  • Annulments—in cases where a marriage is void or voidable due to some legal defect involving the formation or nature of the relationship, the parties may request an annulment—a procedure that treats the marriage as if it never existed.
  • Child Custody—when a child’s parents get divorced or are unmarried and separated, questions about their parental rights and responsibilities regarding the care and custody of the child become a major point of contention between the parties. You can benefit from the counsel of an attorney to help find a resolution that serves your child’s best interests.
  • Child Support—parents owe their children a legal duty to provide adequate financial support to cover the child’s needs concerning food, health, clothing, shelter, education, and medical treatment.
  • Domestic Violence & Restraining Orders—when the threat of abuse and domestic violence affects a family, they can take advantage of certain legal protections to prevent such acts from harming them in the future and throughout family law proceedings.
  • Guardianship—in certain situations, the rights and responsibilities concerning the care and custody of a minor child do not arise from a parent-child relationship. You can benefit from an understanding of the appropriateness of guardianship in your case.
  • Grandparents' Rights—although a child’s parents usually have paramount rights concerning a child’s care, custody, and visitation, non-parents such as the child’s grandparents may have superior rights under certain circumstances.
  • Legal Separation—some states allow spouses to legally separate without divorcing, but in Massachusetts, spouses must instead file a complaint for “separate support.” Attorney Burke can advise you on the critical aspects and differences between divorce and receiving separate support and how they might apply in your situation.
  • Modificationswhen a court issues temporary or final orders in a divorce case concerning matters such as alimony, child custody, and child support, the terms of those orders can be changed later in the future if a significant change in circumstances justifies modifying the order.

We genuinely care about our clients and their well-being, and we will do everything we can to help you get the results you need. You can rely on Angel Burke Law to provide you with the caring and capable representation you need and deserve.

What Sets Angel Burke Law Apart?

  • Genuine

    Angel Burke Law is a firm that is reliable and trustworthy, you will be in good hands.

  • Experienced

    Brian M. Angel Burke has over 15 years of experience helping clients through difficult times.

  • Effective

    Angel Burke Law works with clients to resolve their legal issues and meet their goals in a cost-effective way.

Contact Angel Burke Law Today!

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Angel Burke Law

163 Main Street, Suite 6C
Medway, MA 02053

Phone: (508) 300-9788

Office Hours
  • Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Areas We Serve:

Medway, Millis, Dover, Norfolk, Franklin, Walpole & Bellingham and surrounding areas.

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