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FREE Webinar with Bill Farias

I might need a divorce, where do I begin?

Are you afraid that your relationship is breaking down and you might need a divorce? What if in only one half hour session, you can gather all the information you need to prepare for divorce and put yourself in a position to protect yourself moving forward?
We’re offering a free webinar to give you the information that will help you approach this decision with confidence and clarity. Find a quiet spot, tune in and get educated. Be proactive rather than reactive.
The webinar focuses on MA law, so if you live in another state, this may not be helpful to you.
Everything is completely confidential, so you don’t have to worry about anyone knowing you’re doing this.
Can’t make it? No worries, we’ll send you the recording.

Farias Family Law

Bill Farias, CEO and Founder

Attorney Bill Farias is the firm’s founder and managing attorney. His focus is on family law, and mainly divorce, custody and support matters.

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DEC 19

The webinar focuses on MA law, so if you live in another state, this may not be helpful to you.

  • 11 a.m. EST.
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What You'll Learn on this FREE Live Webinar

Should I try to save my marriage?

How do you know when it’s worth it to keep trying to save your marriage or when it’s time to start your next chapter?

How can I prepare for divorce?

What exactly should you do to get ready for divorce if it happens? What should your focus be?

How does the division of assets work?

What happens in divorce to real estate, retirement, investment, and bank accounts, businesses, debts, etc.

How does financial support work?

Will there be alimony or child support? How much?

How is custody and parenting time determined?

What’s legal and physical custody? How does the court decide how much time each parent gets with the children?

Can I do this myself or do I need a lawyer?

Is it worth it to invest in an attorney or can you handle this yourself? What should you consider?



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