No-Fault Divorce in Massachusetts | What You Need to Know

If you are ready to get divorced in Massachusetts, you should first have a firm understanding of your options. You may file either a fault-based divorce or a no-fault divorce. You must know what each of those can mean for you. Please continue reading and speak with our knowledgeable Bristol County divorce attorney today to […]

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Will I Lose My Home in a Massachusetts Divorce?

If you are someone who is getting divorced, one of your top priorities is most likely to keep your home. Of course, this is understandable, as it is your home. You spent years fixing it to your liking, perhaps you raised your children there, and more. Unfortunately, one of the most complex parts of the […]

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Schools Reopening in the Fall | Me and My Ex Cannot Agree on Sending Our Children Back. What Should I Do?

As we all navigate through these unprecedented times brought on by the new coronavirus, many are left wondering about what the next step will be. People who lost their jobs are now searching for employment, individuals who contracted the virus are doing their best to heal, and parents are now presented with unique parenting challenges. […]

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Prenuptial Agreements in Massachusetts | What You Need to Know

There are few things more exciting in life than marriage. However, just as many people put months of planning into their wedding, they should also consider planning for the worst as well. One of the best ways to do so is by drafting a prenuptial agreement. Though there used to be a certain stigma associated […]

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Can I Protect My Massachusetts Business From a Divorce?

If you are a proud business owner and are getting divorced, protecting your business is most likely a top priority. Our firm has handled many business owner divorces, and we are here to help you, too. Please continue reading and reach out to our experienced Massachusetts divorce attorney to learn more about divorce, how we […]

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Parenting Time, Child Custody, and the Fourth of July | What You Need to Know

There are few things more important for parents than spending time with their children, and in some cases, this is especially true on the holidays, such as the Fourth of July. Please continue reading and reach out to our knowledgeable Massachusetts family law attorneys to learn more about child custody and parenting time in the […]

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What to Do (And Not to Do) When Getting a Divorce in Massachusetts

If you are someone who is going through the divorce process, you should have a firm understanding of the do’s and don’ts of divorce so you can avoid making certain mistakes that may hurt you in the long run. Please continue reading and reach out to our experienced Massachusetts divorce attorneys to learn more about […]

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What You Need to Know About Adultery and Divorce in Massachusetts

If you are someone who is looking to divorce your spouse after discovering that he or she committed an act of adultery, there is a very good chance that you are now wondering whether you should inform the courts of your spouse’s misconduct. While common sense says that you should, the fact is, in many […]

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How to Keep Your Divorce Private While Saving Time and Money

Divorce is a very sensitive legal matter, which is why most divorcing spouses simply wish to do so privately. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to keep your divorce as low-key as possible, all while potentially saving time and money. Please continue reading and reach out to our Bristol County divorce attorneys to […]

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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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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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