Just a short, scenic drive or train ride northeast from Boston, Gloucester juts out into the Atlantic, leaving no question as to why it’s America’s original seaport. Yes, if you were intent on taking pictures for postcards of the quintessential, quaint New England town, you could do no better than Gloucester. The village also happens to be the site of North America’s oldest working art colony, Rocky Neck Art Colony on Wonson Street. And after meandering through the quiet streets and walking along the rocky coastline, it’s easy to see why this town inspires painters, sculptors, and other craftsmen.
Gloucester’s picturesque beauty has never gone unnoticed. In the early 20th century, inventor John Hays Hammond, Jr., built a medieval-style stone castle on the craggy shoreline as a wedding present to his wife. Incidentally, Hammond, Jr., is often referred to as "The Father of Radio Control." Today, Hammond Castle serves as a museum and has become a popular spot for weddings; and after seeing pictures, it’s easy to see why.
Unfortunately, even a marriage with such an auspicious a beginning as a Hammond Castle wedding can sometimes go sour. If you find yourself contemplating divorce in Massachusetts, you’ve got some serious decisions to make:
To ensure that you and your spouse get the most amicable divorce settlement possible, you’ll need the representation of an experienced Massachusetts divorce and family law attorney. DiBella Law Offices, P.C., has branches to serve the Gloucester region in Burlington (781) 262-3338, Methuen (978) 327-5140, and Andover (978) 258-7600 - whichever is most convenient for you. And the attorneys at DiBella Law Offices, P.C., don’t just practice divorce and family law; they’re also well-versed in personal injury law, traffic accident law, OUI defense, and much more. Call the office of your choice today for a free consultation.
Gloucester District Court
197 Main Street
Gloucester, MA 01930