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Posts filed under "Massachusetts Divorce and Family"

Helpful Massachusetts Divorce Information

October 31st, 2017 | By | Posted in Massachusetts Divorce and Family

This post is intended to provide you with some helpful information and links dealing with the Massachusetts Divorce process. The first concern when dealing with a Massachusetts divorce case is where the case should be filed. Generally, your divorce case should be filed in the county where you live. Each county has at least one probate and . . .
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Important Changes to Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines

October 23rd, 2017 | By | Posted in Massachusetts Divorce and Family

On September 15, 2017, important changes were made to the Massachusetts child support guidlelines. The state has implemented a Task Force that is required to review the child support guidelines every four years. The Task Force is chaired by Probate and Family Court Chief Justice Angela M. Ordo├▒ez.

The child support guidelines are used by Probate and Family . . .
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Divorce Mediation in Massachusetts

October 10th, 2017 | By | Posted in Massachusetts Divorce and Family

The question I hear most often is whether Divorce Mediation is appropriate for every divorce in Massachusetts. The answer to that question is a resounding, No! Divorce Mediation is not appropriate in every case. However, most cases can benefit from Divorce Mediation. Divorce Mediation is an opportunity for both individuals involved in a divorce to voice their concerns . . .
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What’s the Easiest Way to Get Divorced in Massachusetts?

September 21st, 2017 | By | Posted in Massachusetts Divorce and Family

The easiest way to get divorced in Massachusetts is under a Joint Petition for Divorce. In order to be divorced under a joint petition, the parties must agree on all aspects of the divorce including, but not limited to: child support, child custody, alimony, property division, liabilities, health insurance, and educational needs of any children. The parties . . .
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The Biggest Reasons You Need a Will NOW

August 2nd, 2017 | By | Posted in Massachusetts Divorce and Family

If you’re like most people, you think that wills are for old people. Well, if you have children you’re wrong! A will can protect your child’s interest if something were to happen to you and your spouse. Through a will, you can designate who you would want to be the guardian for your child. In addition, as . . .
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