Experienced Legal Services For Family Law Matters
- Divorce and division of property
- Alimony or spousal support determinations, modifications or terminations
- Child support and child custody determinations and child custody disputes, including parental relocation
- Paternity determinations
- Same-sex or LGBTQ domestic relations issues
- 209a or restraining order hearings
- Modifications of support or custody judgments or foreign judgments
- Prenuptial, postnuptial, parenting and separation agreements
- Adoptions including co-parent adoptions, stepparent adoptions and grandparents’ adoptions
- Grandparents’ rights
- Complaints for Contempt in order to enforce existing judgments or orders
We Help You Efficiently Resolve Conflict With Alternative Dispute Resolutions
Collaborative law, mediation and the filing of joint petitions are growing trends in family law. These options provide couples with the means to avoid court and achieve divorce and child custody solutions with less animosity and better results. At the Law Office of Leila J. Wons, P.C., we help men and women with the full range of family law issues, including collaborative law solutions and mediation.
Attorney Leila Wons is a Westborough family law attorney who frequently helps couples with conflict resolution. If a divorcing couple knows how they would like to share parenting time and divide their assets, attorney Wons will draft the necessary paperwork for them to file jointly, including a comprehensive separation agreement. We believe that a good, thorough and clear agreement is less likely to be broken or modified later. Better agreements mean staying out of court with modifications or changes later on.
For parties looking to modify or create a parenting plan, attorney Wons will draft a thorough agreement that addresses weekly parenting as well as holiday schedules, summer parenting and school vacations, including snow days and Monday holidays.
If parties are unable to reach an agreement on their underlying issues, attorney Wons is prepared to zealously advocate on their behalf via litigation. However, every effort will be made to avoid a lengthy and expensive trial if it appears that the parties may be able to reach settlement, even on just some of the issues.