Divorce and other family law matters are often stressful, emotional and extremely difficult to navigate without the benefit of a knowledgeable, diligent, successful attorney. At Bonville & Howard, you will have such highly experienced attorneys and staff who truly care about your domestic situation and will work relentlessly to ensure that your interests and rights are protected from the onset of your case. The legal team at Bonville & Howard Law Firm is committed to attentive, responsive and compassionate legal representation for all your family law concerns. We are skilled at working through the emotions and hostility that may arise in domestic relation cases so as to reach a mutually satisfying end result and avoid potential future problems. If an amicable negotiation is not possible in your particular case, we are a formidable trial law firm which is prepared to battle for you in the courtroom.

Bonville & Howard Law Firm has practiced Massachusetts Family Law since 1947. We offer knowledgeable counsel and strong advocacy in your divorce, including contested and non-contested proceedings and with all post-divorce hearings and modifications. In addition to our strong divorce practice, we represent clients in child custody, child support, child visitation, alimony, modifications, contempt of court, restraining order, guardianship, and many other family law matters.

We offer a FREE consultation to review and identify issues in your case. We will work closely with you from day one and ensure that you are fully informed of all matters affecting your case. Bonville & Howard Law Firm has a strong presence in Worcester and Middlesex family courts, and routinely practices in family courts throughout Central Massachusetts.

Don’t enter the chaos of a divorce or other family law matter alone. Don’t wait until your rights and interests begin to slip away due to actions of an adversarial spouse or partner. Act now before any further harm can be done. Contact us at Bonville & Howard where we will immediately work with you to protect your rights and interest, and to ensure that the best possible outcome for your case is achieved.