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“I hired Joanne to represent me in my divorce proceedings. I felt she was professional and always acted in mine and my children’s best interest. She was always available to answer any questions and give emotional support. I would highly recommend Joanne’s legal services.”

Anon – divorce client



Attorney JoAnne Meyers, Chelmsford, MA.

“JoAnne Meyers is an amazing, intelligent, compassionate lawyer. She takes excellent care of me, I made a couple of appointments with her for some advice. I realized I needed her to be my winter coat during my blizzard. I would be lost without her, she is my Blessing from God and I am truly grateful for her.”

Judith G.



Great divorce attorney!

“I hired JoAnne to represent me during my divorce proceedings. This was a very difficult process for me but JoAnne made me feel at ease with her knowledge and experience. Both JoAnne and her staff were easily accessible. I really appreciated JoAnne’s ability to work around my schedule, including after hour phone calls. I was very impressed with her abilities in the courtroom, her no back down attitude, and how she represented me. I highly recommend JoAnne!”

Kristi – divorce case



Attorney Meyers gets the job done

“I hired JoAnne Meyers to assist me with Probate matters. The office staff was very pleasant and Attorney Meyers was very accommodating and helpful. I highly recommend her – she gets the job done.”

Susan – probate client



Excellent divorce attorney in Chelmsford.

“JoAnne provided me with excellent advice and support throughout my divorce. She reviewed and edited my separation agreement and gave me peace of mind during a difficult time. I continue to seek her counsel and highly recommend her services.”

Kristen – divorce case



Attorney with integrity

“Attorney Joanne Meyers helped me keep my dignity in a very difficult, complicated divorce and child custody dispute. The process lasted several years. Not once did she waiver from doing the right thing for my child. She is honest and fair and will always keep the children’s best interests first. I am very grateful for everything she did to keep my family whole.”

A – divorce and child custody case



Excellent advice and support throughout my divorce.

“JoAnne provided me with excellent advice and support throughout my divorce. She reviewed and edited my separation agreement and gave me peace of mind during a difficult time. I continue to seek her counsel and highly recommend her services.”

Kristen M. – divorce client



Divorce 101: A Quick Intro To Filing For Divorce In Massachusetts

Many couples begin their marriage with great hopes and expectations, only to end up in a relationship that unfortunately does not work. Divorce is the legal process that terminates a marriage. There are many steps in the divorce process in Massachusetts and many avenues to take depending on your individual situation. Here is a brief introduction to filing for divorce in Massachusetts and some of what you may encounter.

A divorce can be categorized as “no-fault” or “fault.” There are two categories of a no-fault divorce. They are “Irretrievable Breakdown of Marriage 1A,” and “Irretrievable Breakdown of Marriage 1B.” 1A means that both spouses agree that an irretrievable breakdown of their marriage has occurred and that neither are to blame for the end of the marriage, and they have reached an agreement on all divorce issues including but not limited to alimony, asset division and distribution, child support, custody arrangements and they now want to file a joint petition for divorce with the court. (AKA- Uncontested no-fault divorce) 1B means that only one spouse believes that there is an irretrievable breakdown of their marriage or that both spouses agree that neither are to blame for the end of the marriage, … Read More »



Divorce and The Best Interests of the Child

When you’re going through the divorce process and trying to resolve the child support and custody issues, you’ll often hear the terms “best interests of the child.” Generally, the court will consider the new family lifestyle after a divorce and how a child will best be able to adapt to the new changes. It is possible for you and your spouse to ease into your new family dynamic in order to make the transition easier on your child.

Amicable Relationship In order for you and your spouse to best help your child through the divorce process, you should maintain an amicable relationship. While that may not be easy, especially at first, this is extremely beneficial in helping your child’s transition into the family‚Äôs new way of life. It’s best to avoid contentious debates about living arrangements, parenting time, child support, and other child-rearing issues.

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Attorney Meyers has been my Guardian Angel

“Attorney JoAnne Meyers is amazing ! She has been there for me whenever I’ve needed her. She has been my Guardian Angel thru the most difficult times of my divorce. JoAnne is the best at what she does! Whenever I call her office her Assistant Carol has always shown me respect and compassion. JoAnne helps me to feel safe and protected. I thank God for her !!”

Judy G. – divorce client



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