Divorce Law in Massachusettes: No-Fault Divorce and What it Means

Divorce is an extremely personal and oftentimes emotionally taxing event, despite it being a common occurrence in our society. It is not easy to break off a marriage, and on top of the emotional stress that comes with divorce, people naturally have many legal questions as well. What constitutes a divorce in Massachusetts? Massachusetts has […]

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Can I Request that my Husband Pays the Attorney Fees if I File for Divorce?

Can I Request that my Husband Pays the Attorney Fees if I File for Divorce? Question: I have been married to my husband for three years. He is an active duty soldier and has been in the mental hospital three times this year, and has been diagnosed with Psychotic Depression. I told him I was leaving with […]

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What are the Grounds for Divorce in Massachusetts?

What are the Grounds for Divorce in Massachusetts? Grounds for divorce in most cases is an irretrievable breakdown of marriage. People use that ground, because they don’t want to air their dirty laundry about the details of their marriage to the court.  Unless there’s a reason involving the children, a court generally doesn’t want to […]

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