Hingham Family Lawyers
Offering Child Custody, Divorce and Family Law Services in Hingham
The law firm of Wilkinson & Finkbeiner, LLP, provides family law services to clients living in Hingham or in Plymouth County, Massachusetts. These services cover the issues of divorce and divorce mediation, child and spousal support, as well as child custody. Through our conveniently located Hingham office, divorce and family law attorneys are available to meet with you in our offices or in many circumstances we can discuss your case online by web camera from anywhere in the world. Our Hingham family attorneys can begin our discussions once you contact our office by phone or email. Call us today at (781) 908-0551!
Where is the Hingham District Court Located?
The Hingham District Courthouse is located at 28 George Washington Blvd Hingham, MA 02043 and has jurisdiction in Hanover, Hingham, Hull, Norwell, Rockland, Scituate. It is accessible through the Greenbush line of the MTA with the closest stop being Nantasket Junction Station, approximately one mile from the courthouse. The courthouse is open from 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. and offers free parking.
About the city of Hingham, MA
Hingham is located in north Plymouth County, 14 miles southeast of Boston and is home to a population of a little over 22,000 (according to the 2010 Census). Hingham has a total area of over 26 square miles – 4.1 of which is water- and is bordered on the east by Cohasset, and Scituate, on the south by Norwell and Rockland, on the west by Weymouth, and on the north by Hingham Bay and Hull.
The town was dubbed “Bare Cove” by the English who first colonized it in 1633, but two years later was incorporated as a town under the name Hingham. Hingham is known for playing some notable roles during World War II. The town was a major supplier of ammunition for the war. The Hingham Naval Ammunition Depot covered 990 acres and in 1945 employed over 2,400 people. The base was decommissioned in 1961 and today much of that land is occupied by the town’s Bare Cove Park.
The Hingham Shipyard, that existed from 1942-1945, employed over 23,000 people and produced over 200 World War II vessels including destroyer escorts and tank landing ships. After the war, the old shipyard was converted into an industrial park and is now home to a vibrant marina, condominium, restaurant and retail shopping area. Also during World War II, Eleanor Roosevelt authored This is America, a book that used Hingham as the quintessential American town during wartime. She concluded the book noting that Hingham had the most beautiful Main Street in America. Today Hingham’s Main Street remains much the same. Hingham’s historical charm and proximity to Boston continue to make the town a desirable place to live. Hingham is an easy drive down Routes 24 and 140 to New Bedford.
Our family law firm specializes in all Hingham family law matters, including divorce, separate support, child custody and paternity, and domestic abuse. We are mediators as well as aggressive litigators when needed. We offer a private, free consultation with our expert Hingham divorce attorneys to discuss the issues involved in your case and to discuss your options.
Recent Client Testimonial:
“Wilkinson and Finkbeiner is an amazing law firm that provides great service period. They are honest and ethical, while at the same time, focus hard on protecting the rights and goals of their clients. They do not overcharge for their services and are well worth every penny.” – Eric V.
Hingham Divorce Lawyer – Free Consultations!
If you are going through a divorce or child custody case in Hingham or throughout Plymouth County, our experienced family lawyers can help! Contact our new office in Hingham, MA today to schedule a free consultation!
Call us at (781) 908-0551 or visit us at this address:
350 Lincoln Street, Suite 2400A
Hingham, MA 02043