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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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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What to Know About Massachusetts Divorce in 2020

As time goes on, society changes. Divorce is no different. Over the years, divorce has evolved and morphed, and now, our firm has noticed several divorce trends becoming more and more recurrent in 2020. If you are someone who is getting a divorce, please read on and speak with our experienced Massachusetts divorce attorney to […]

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Why do Divorce Rates Spike in January?

With January recently coming to a close, you may find yourself ready to begin the divorce process, if you haven’t already. Though there is a fair amount of speculation as to why that is, the truth is, divorce rates rise anywhere between 20%-30% in the month of January. Many attribute the statistic to the holidays […]

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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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