Divorcing Incarcerated Spouses in Massachusetts

Divorce is always a difficult time in people’s lives, however, the process can become even more complicated if their spouse is currently incarcerated. If you are considering divorcing your incarcerated spouse, please read on and reach out to our experienced Massachusetts divorce attorneys to learn more about how we can help you through the legal […]

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What are the Benefits of Hiring a Divorce Mediator?

If you are getting a divorce, there is a very good chance you and your spouse do not agree on its terms. When this happens, your assets will generally be subjected to equitable distribution in court, which, as you surely know, is oftentimes far from an “equal” split. Fortunately, there are alternatives available to you, […]

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What You Need to Know About Alimony in Massachusetts

Alimony is one of the most contested issues in divorce, and understandably so. However, if you are a financially dependent spouse, you most likely need these payments to help you maintain your standard of life. Please read on and speak with our experienced Massachusetts alimony attorneys to learn more about how we can help. What […]

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What is the Contested Divorce Process Like?

Divorce is both emotionally and legally complex, and if you and your spouse cannot agree on the terms of your divorce, you are in what is known as a “contested divorce.” Contested divorces generally enter the litigation process, where your assets will be subjected to equitable distribution. Unfortunately, you most likely know that “equitable” rarely […]

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Why do Divorce Rates Drop in December?

When a couple gets divorced, it’s because they have reached a point where staying together is simply no longer an option. However, when we study divorce-related trends, we notice that divorce very often spikes in the months of March and August, and then drops off by the time December rolls around. There are several potential […]

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Does the Duration of a Marriage Impact the Outcome of a Divorce?

When people get divorced, their emotional stress is very often compounded by the stress brought about by the legal and financial aspects of divorce as well. Many couples fear the process known as “equitable distribution,” which simple refers to a fair and just division of your marital assets, in the eyes of the courts. Generally, […]

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