- Understanding the Benefits of Conciliation
- Active Duty Military Parents and Child Support
- Frequently Asked Questions about Mediation
- Grounds for Divorce in Massachusetts
- Postnuptial Agreements: When Are They Necessary?
- Divorce and Children: Responsibilities of the Parents
- Paternity: Responsibilities and Rights
- Divorce in a Down Economy
- Conciliation: Is it Right for You?
- What Is Mediation And How Does It Work?
- 10 Things to Know About Prenuptial Agreements
- Divorce: Who’s responsible for the Mortgage?
- Massachusetts Divorce Lawyer Develops Divorce App For iPhone
- Divorce Massachusetts: Civil Unions in VT Considered Marriage in MA
- 10 Frequently Asked Divorce Questions
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Category Archives: Divorce
Are you divorced and have been called to active duty with the military? If so, there are several factors to consider when it comes to paying your child support. The Child Support Enforcement Division (CSE) works with active duty parents … Continue reading
In Massachusetts, most Complaints for Divorce and Joint Petitions for Divorce are filed on the grounds of Irretrievable Breakdown of the Marriage or “No-Fault”. You may still file a Complaint for Divorce on the basis of grounds such as cruel … Continue reading
Even under the “best” circumstances, their parents’ divorce can be a confusing and stressful time for children. Divorcing parents should keep in mind the following: 1) In Massachusetts it is mandatory for divorcing parents to attend the “Parent … Continue reading