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At David M. Gabriel & Associates, we provide the personalized service and capable representation you deserve during a difficult time. No matter how complex your legal problem, we will work with you to fix it. We are confident we can help, whether your legal issue is an acrimonious divorce, contested child custody, or disputed alimony.
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David Gabriel is an experienced trial lawyer and certified mediator who has been practicing for more than 25 years. He is well-known and well-respected among peers, judges, and court personnel. From offices in Beverly, Salem, and Burlington, he serves clients throughout the North Shore area.
Our focused law practice tackles the pressing and challenging issues of divorce and family law, where the quality of your legal counsel can make all the difference in establishing and maintaining a stable home life for you and yours. In the course of our practice, we have successfully handled a variety of family law and divorce issues, including:
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Of course, competitive pricing does not mean inferior quality. Far from it: we pride ourselves on a high level of customer service. We offer after-hours appointments and all-around compassionate support at a turbulent point in your life.
We accept credit cards and offer payment plans as well as flat rate fee on some services.
7 Day Custody Trial: Father awarded sole legal and physical custody of minor children where mother previously had custody and the parties shared legal custody hospitalization
Complaint for Contempt: Complaint for Contempt in behalf of Wife for former Husband’s failure to pay alimony; Award $104,000.00 plus $44,000.00 in attorney fees and sanctions
Complex Divorce: Wife refused to make reasonable settlement offer. Substantial award to Husband plus attorney fees and costs after trial.
Divorce Modification: Complaint for Contempt and Modifications seeking increase in child support. Wife’s child support increased from $250.00 per week to $585.00 per week after trial.
"We have a proven track record of delivering excellent value to our clients. Motivated by making a difference, we have obtained excellent Judgments, Settlements, and Verdicts for our clients." - David M. Gabriel
To David Gabriel from divorce client: I’m not sure how to thank you for your kindness, legal guidance, friendship, & humor but no other person could fill your shoes! With much gratitude.
I needed the honest and straight forward advice of an attorney. Your carefully advised me of my options and then represented me in a very professional and aggressive manner, resulting in the best outcome I could have hoped for in my situation.
He had uncanny insight in knowing what information had to be sought after. He never allowed the other party to waste my time or money. His diligence, persistence and thoroughness not only won me my case, but more than I ever expected.
Your excellent legal representation saved Josephs life. People often joke about lawyers and refer to them in cruel ways. Its too bad because you are such an exceptional human being. Thank you!
I would like to express my sincere thanks and gratitude for the professional, yet down-to-earth manner in which you recently represented me. You answered all of my questions both thoroughly and truthfully.
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In situations where a custodial parent wishes to relocate with a child, the court will determine whether child custody relocation is in the best
Under Massachusetts’s law, marital property is divided equitably. Massachusetts defines “marital property” as any property—be it income, assets, real estate, or everyday items—that comes
If I make my living in the arts, does my spouse have a fifty percent share in rights to my artworks and the income they produce?
Yes and no. Yes, in the sense that artistic works, along with patents, trade secrets, and many other “intangible” properties, constitute intellectual property. And