Dedicated Divorce and Family Law Attorneys Throughout Massachusetts

At Karpenski & Schmelkin, LLC we focus our law practice exclusively on Divorce and Family Law. Our team is devoted to getting the best possible results for each individual client.  We believe that working in partnership with clients will help to resolve issues quickly, favorably and economically.

Our family law and divorce attorneys use knowledge, hard work and trust to deliver the best positive outcomes for our clients, whether that be litigating an issue before the Court or negotiating a settlement, the client’s goals always come first.

We will discuss your options so we can vigorously represent your interests through whatever method best suits your needs. Our services include:

  • Divorce & Separation
  • Child Custody & Support
  • Child Visitation & Relocation
  • Alimony & Spousal Support
  • Property & Asset Division
  • 209A Restraining Orders
  • Family Law
  • Mediation
  • Adoptions
  • Guardianships
  • Modification & Contempt Actions
  • Pre- or post-nuptial Agreements

Don’t go through your Family Law matter alone. If you are considering divorce or any family law matter that needs individual attention, contact Karpenski & Schmelkin to schedule a consultation today.

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How is custody handled if the parents are unmarried?

When parents are divorcing, one of the most sensitive issues to be resolved is that of custody of the child or ...

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Jun

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Modifying a Parenting Schedule Due to Relocation: How to Make it Work

Most often parenting schedules are established when both parties are living in the same state. But what happens ...

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Jun

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Understanding the Right Time to File a Contempt

Your divorce decree may include child custody, visitation, spousal, or child support orders. Intentionally refusing ...

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May

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Modifying a Custody Order When There is a Change in Circumstances

Once a family law judge has issued a child custody order, the order is legally binding—meaning both parents must ...