How Will The COVID-19 Pandemic Affect Property Distribution?

If you are in the midst of a divorce, or you were preparing to get a divorce before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, you are most likely concerned about how the pandemic will impact your divorce. As you probably know, one of the primary concerns in most divorces is property distribution. Please continue reading and reach […]

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Will I Lose my Stimulus Check if I am Behind on Child Support Payments?

The coronavirus has impacted people across the country, both physically, financially, and otherwise. If you recently lost your job or had to close up your business, there is a very good chance you are now feeling the full financial ramifications of the virus. Because of this, the government has recently granted a $2 trillion stimulus […]

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What Rights do Parents Maintain to Their Child During the Coronavirus Pandemic?

The spread of the Coronavirus throughout the state of Massachusetts has left people to adjust to stay-at-home orders. As a result, it has caused some uncertainty for families of divorce trying to maintain the agreements decided upon in their divorce settlement. This can include how to share custody of their child during this time. With […]

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Family Law Issues Arising From the COVID-19 Outbreak

As most of the country, and especially the Northeast, has been ordered to stay inside and close up shop, we feel you should know that our firm remains open and ready to help you via telephone or video conference with the various family law issues cropping up as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The […]

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Is Telephone Mediation the Answer to Child Custody Disputes During COVID-19?

COVID-19 has affected us all in several different ways. Unfortunately, one of the primary victims of the new coronavirus is divorced parents and their children. Stay-at-home orders make matters of child custody and parenting time quite confusing for parents, as their primary goal is keeping their children safe. Though the thought of simply ignoring your […]

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Can I Stop Paying Child Support or Alimony if My Business Closed Due to the New Coronvirus?

COVID-19 has had an impact on everyone, especially those of us living in the tri-state area. Unfortunately, if you are someone who owns a business, or even are just an employee at one, the virus may have had a direct financial impact on your livelihood. Unfortunately, many highly-valued small business owners across the state have […]

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Why You Should Refrain From Talking About Your Ex On Social Media

With all the time we are now spending at home in the wake of the coronavirus, social media is sure to see an uptick in activity. However, while there is nothing wrong with using social media, our Massachusetts divorce attorneys are here to talk about why you should avoid talking about your ex on social […]

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Making a Plan For Parenting Time in the Wake of the Coronavirus

There is nothing more important to divorced parents than their children. That is why in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak, it is essential for parents to develop a parenting time schedule to prepare for the weeks and months to come as soon as they can. In many cases, this will not take very long, […]

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How do I Get a Post-Divorce Modification?

As our lives progress, things change. This is only natural, and Massachusetts courts have adapted to this simple fact of life. If you are someone who requires a modification to your divorce terms, please continue reading and do not hesitate to speak with our experienced Massachusetts divorce attorneys to learn more about how we can […]

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How Do Courts Determine Child Support in Massachusetts?

Child support is an extremely important, albeit generally-contested divorce issue. If you are someone who requires child support in the state of Massachusetts, you must read on and reach out to our experienced Bristol County divorce attorneys to learn more about how our firm can help you through the legal process going forward. Here are […]

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What is the Equitable Distribution Process Like in Massachusetts?

There are few things more physically, emotionally, and financially draining than a divorce. If you are someone who is now going through a divorce and are worried about what assets you may or may not keep, you’ve come to the right place. Please continue reading and reach out to our experienced Massachusetts divorce attorneys to […]

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No-Fault Divorce in Massachusetts

Though divorce is the last thing spouses imagine at the start of their marriage, it is an unfortunate reality of life. If you are now looking to file for divorce, you should read on and reach out to our experienced Bristol County divorce attorneys to learn more about fault vs. no-fault divorces and how our […]

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