P.O. Box 490, 71 Route 6A, Unit 1
Ms. Huettner has had numerous media appearances on various radio talk shows
Discussions of current events and family law issues on the David Brudnoy Show and the BBC
published interviews in Business Week, the Boston Globe, the Cape Cod Times, the Barnstable Patriot, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, MBA Today, Lawyers Journal, Harvard Net, and the Eagle Tribune.
Dartmouth College A.B.
Indiana University School of Law JD
Past Chair: Family Law Annual Conference
(Mass. Bar Association)
Chair, Alimony Summit (MCLE)
Lectures and Publications
Ms. Huettner is a frequent lecturer for both the Mass. Bar Association and MCLE. She is a contributing author to numerous MCLE and MBA publications.
Here is a sample of the topics:
Recent Developments in Family Law
Family Law Trial Practice Techniques
Alimony and Child Support Guidelines
Sophisticated Issues in Family Law Practice
Sandwich, MA 02563 508-888-0049 • Fax: 508-888-1566
Asset Valuation, Asset Division, and Debt Allocation
Massachusetts law looks to the equitable distribution of assets in a divorce. “Equitable” in this sense means “fair” - not necessarily “equal”. Before assets in a marriage can be allocated, they must be valued. Attorney Huettner has access to an array of experts who can value and appraise real estate, business interests, pensions, and personal property in order to provide realistic figures that will assist in the negotiation of a fair settlement, or that can be used to strengthen arguments made in court.
Just as important to a client’s financial stability is the matter of debt allocation, and identifying the origin of all of the liabilities that the parties accumulated during their marriage. Allocating these debts as fairly as possible is as important as distribution of assets for the long-range financial stability of the client. Where debt management has become problematic, Attorney Huettner provides clients with referrals to financial experts and advisors as part of the team that will help guide each case toward a successful conclusion.