The Law Office of David W. Eppley, P.C.
The Law Office of David W. Eppley, P.C. is operating during throughout the Coronavirus pandemic.
We are all working remotely from home and continue to have client-facing meetings remotely, either by phone or using online videoconferencing software.
The Massachusetts court system has new procedures in place due to COVID-19 which frequently change, so cases with set trials may be delayed. Contact us for more information or if you have an emergency.
- Motions, case management conferences, and status conferences that were already scheduled between March 18, 2020 and May 1, 2020 will be heard by telephone or videoconference.
- Emergency matters (including 209A restraining orders and emergency guardianships) are still being heard, albeit on a limited basis and remotely.
- Parent education programs have been temporarily suspended.
We can help you consider your options and help you resolve your parenting and divorce disputes while we wait for the courts to remove their restrictions. Do not wait until Coronavirus restrictions end. We can still handle most aspects of your case, such as negotiations and mediation, remotely.
The best thing you can do is reach out to us, and we can guide you in the best way to proceed. Either call 978-594-4554 to schedule a consultation or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Individuals facing divorce should not do so alone. Being compromised by emotion and hurt feelings at such a critical time involving valuable legal and economic rights necessitates having qualified legal counsel by your side.
The proof of David’s experience and abilities in Probate Law is demonstrated by the Probate Court appointing him as a successor fiduciary in countless probate and equity matters to resolve over the past 19 years.
Children are the most important part of any family law matter. David Eppley works with his clients and third-party professionals to provide their children safety and the tools to thrive after their parents separate.
Every family needs to have an estate plan. While a will is important, equally important is outlining who should make medical decisions for you or who should make financial / legal decisions for you should you become incapacitated.