Atty. Daniel Dalton Announces Membership in Mediation.com

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Experienced attorney has been serving the citizens of Massachusetts for more than three decades, created concept of the Civil Divorce.

Daniel Dalton | Divorce Law and Mediation

Daniel Dalton | Divorce Law and Mediation

Unlike some attorneys who spread themselves thin trying to do everything, I focus on Massachusetts divorce law in order to provide the best possible advice.

With more than thirty years of experience, Attorney Daniel Dalton has gained the respect of his community with a divorce practice that combines a local focus with the concept of the “civil divorce” - a divorce that aims to avoid lengthy, expensive, and emotionally exhausting court battles by working toward a negotiated, mediated divorce. The divorce mediation professional recently announced his membership in leading alternative dispute resolution (ADR) website, Mediation.com.

“Helping people get through their divorce as unscathed as possible is what I do,” Dalton said. “Unlike some attorneys who spread themselves thin trying to do everything, I focus on Massachusetts divorce law in order to provide the best possible advice. I keep up with continuing education to ensure I’m up to date on all the latest news in divorce law and mediation. I’m completely, 100% focused on my clients, and that’s why joining Mediation.com made sense.”

Mr. Dalton practices what he calls “the Civil Divorce,” a concept that explores all possible options for resolving a divorce in a calm, cooperative manner before resorting to expensive and difficult litigation.

A graduate of Suffolk Law School, Mr. Dalton has written on Massachusetts divorce law and family law and has taught both subjects at the university level. He was formerly the Assistant Counsel at the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families, where he worked in the fields of juvenile law, dealing with issues concerning child abuse and adoption.

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