Prince Lobel Tye Domestic Relations Practice
Group attorneys Donald G. Tye and Peter A. Kuperstein have co-authored the third edition of Trying
Divorce Cases in Massachusetts. According to the publisher,
Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc., this book is “an
indispensable addition to any family lawyer’s reference library.”
more than 50 years of combined experience in all aspects of family law, the
authors have provided a straightforward practice guide for divorce lawyers,
starting with client intake and continuing through to modifications and other post-trial
issues. Chock full of case studies, reference forms and sample exhibits, this
updated practice handbook is a must-read for any family lawyer.
Donald Tye, co-chair and
partner in the firm’s Domestic Relations Practice Group, has more than 30 years
of experience as an attorney, guardian ad litem, master, mediator, arbitrator,
author, and lecturer. Having co-authored both the first and second editions of
this book, Donald continues to share his deep knowledge in the practice of family
law, while also guiding and mentoring younger attorneys.
Peter Kuperstein, a
partner in the Domestic Relations Practice Group, practices exclusively in all
aspects of family law matters, including cases involving complex financial
issues, business valuations, and custody disputes at both the trial and
appellate levels. Peter has been involved in several leading family law cases
on such issues as alimony, child support, property division, custody,
jurisdiction, and prenuptial agreements.