What to Know About Grandparents’ Rights in Massachusetts

Many people do not realize that grandparents can be greatly affected by divorce and custody arrangements. In some cases, a grandparent may need to request a visitation order in order to maintain a relationship with his or her grandchild. Read on to learn more about grandparents’ rights when it comes to visitation in Massachusetts. What […]

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What are Some Common Parenting Time Issues in Massachusetts?

There are unavoidable conflicts that can arise when two parents have to share custody of their child. Keep reading to learn about the two most common parenting time issues and what you can do about them. Contact our experienced Massachusetts family law attorneys today to discuss your options and obtain a dedicated lawyer on your […]

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Is it Possible to Win Child Custody Back in Massachusetts?

If you lost custody of your child, it is in your best interest to reach out to one of our skilled Massachusetts family law attorneys today to learn more about your options. Our firm recognizes that losing custody can impact not only you but your child. Read on to learn more about how to regain […]

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Can a Change in Circumstance End Alimony Payments Early in Massachusetts?

The topic of alimony can be one of the most stressful parts of a divorce, as it often leads to the most spousal disputes. When a dependent party requires support from the independent party, the outcome can frequently result in a heated courtroom. If you are thinking about or are going through a divorce with […]

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What You Need to Know About Child Custody in Massachusetts

A divorce can be very overwhelming but even more so because children are involved. Various factors come into play when deciding child custody arrangements, but the ultimate goal is to keep the child’s best interest in mind. Therefore, whether it is up to the parents to make custody arrangements, or if the court has to step […]

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Myths Surrounding Prenuptial Agreements | What to Know

There are a number of important legal steps to take before you get married. Before marriage, some couples choose to create a prenuptial agreement. But, there are a lot of misconceptions surrounding prenuptial agreements. These misconceptions can create tension when it comes to signing a prenuptial agreement. Read on to learn more about the truth […]

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What if My Ex and I Disagree About Vaccinating Our Child?

Currently, many parents are deciding whether or not to vaccinate their children against the coronavirus. The vaccine is controversial, with many people holding strong opinions about it. As a result, some co-parents are struggling to come to an agreement when it comes to vaccinating their children. Read on to learn more. Types of Custody Awarded […]

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How Does Substance Abuse Affect Child Custody?

When a parent loses custody of his or her child, it can be devastating for the child and parent alike. Luckily, it does not have to be permanent. Read on to learn more about custody in Massachusetts and the impact substance abuse can have on your custody arrangement. What are the Types of Custody? In […]

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Planning Summer Vacation While Co-Parenting in Massachusetts

School is almost out of session, and you are likely making plans for summer vacation. This can be a difficult process if you share custody, as you will have to ensure that you and your child’s other parent do not have any scheduling conflicts. One of the most important things to do is be communicative. […]

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What are the Consequences of Parental Alienation in Massachusetts?

When it comes to your children, it is always important to do what is best for them. Unfortunately, this does not always occur. In some cases, after a messy divorce, parents will engage in parental alienation. Parental alienation involves a parent manipulating their child into turning against the child’s other parent. This behavior can have […]

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What to Know About Prenuptial Agreements in Massachusetts

A prenuptial agreement is a document that declares how a couple’s assets will be split in the event that their marriage comes to an end. Because of this, many couples avoid creating a prenup. In reality, prenuptial agreements in no way indicate an unstable marriage. Instead, they allow both spouses to feel protected and prepared […]

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Child Support for Unmarried Parents in Massachusetts

If you and your child’s parent are not married and have decided to split up, you may be wondering how child support and child custody will work. Massachusetts has a system in place in order to make these arrangements. In order to determine child support, you must first establish paternity and arrange custody. Read on […]

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