- Divorce and the Classroom: The Effects of Divorce or Separation on Children and Academics
- What will Happen to my Children Post Divorce?
- Considering Tax Consequences in the Context of Divorce
- Interpreting the Alimony Reform Act: Surprising Developments
- Vacating the Marital Home During the Divorce
- Divorce and the Holidays
- Determining Alimony in New Hampshire
- Identifying the Immigration Consequences of Divorce
- Reasons to Obtain a Prenuptial Agreement
- 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
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Tag Archives: Alimony
Since the enactment of the Alimony Reform Act in 2011, there have been many cases which have presented questions regarding the interpretation of the statute. One frequent issue has been whether the Alimony Reform Act was intended to apply to … Continue reading
Divorcing couples in New Hampshire often ask whether the issue of alimony should be addressed in their divorce. Put simply, alimony is financial support paid by one spouse to the other for living expenses and reasonable necessities after a divorce. … Continue reading
The Massachusetts divorce lawyers, Infinity Law Group, recently developed an iPhone and iPad app for Massachusetts divorce lawyers, mediators, judges and those representing themselves in court. This is a useful resource to calculate how long you have to pay alimony, … Continue reading