Terms of Alimony in Massachusetts

Divorces in Massachusetts are complicated because of the heavy emotions that are tied to ending a marriage. Not only that, divorcing couples are also faced with the reality of separating their finances and determining how their financial situation will change after the divorce. One major concern for a spouse that has been largely dependent on […]

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What kinds of “irretrievable breakdowns” can be grounds for divorce?

When a couple wants to get divorced, they must complete a few steps before anything can really get started. The couple must first fulfill the residency requirement and then cite grounds for divorce. Massachusetts is a no-fault state, meaning that the couple can simply state that the marriage was irretrievably broken for a period of […]

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Divorce Arbitration: What is it and What to Expect

What is Divorce Arbitration? Divorce arbitration is a dispute resolution process to help parties in a divorce.  When divorcing couples reach an impasse in their divorce, they may decide to pursue arbitration to try and get out of the stalemate.  Arbitration is a beneficial alternative resolution process for couples who do not want to court. […]

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The Definitive Guide to Getting Divorced in Massachusetts

The Definitive Guide to Getting Divorced in Massachusetts A Detailed Guide for On Divorce in Massachusetts If you or a loved one is thinking of filing for divorce, The Definitive Guide to Getting Divorced in Massachusetts was created to help you through the issues you may face. In Massachusetts, most married couples choose to file […]

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How Do Uninsured Medical Expenses Work in a Divorce?

How Do Uninsured Medical Expenses Work in a Divorce? Uninsured medical bills are discretionary with the judge in terms of the allocation of the payment.  Although in the vast majority of cases, it’s split 50-50 with the custodial parent paying the first of $250.00 incurred annually by all the children. If one parent is paying […]

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