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Managing Depression and Anxiety from Divorce

July 26, 2015

The Divorce Process in MA

There are a couple of different ways to process a divorce: it can be contested or uncontested. For a contested divorce, a complaint is filed, and […]
June 22, 2015

Preparing For Divorce: Reduce Stress & Gain an Edge

If you’ve decided that you’re getting a divorce, there are a few things that should be done immediately. The first step has nothing to do with […]
February 6, 2015

Important Update on Cohabitation and Retirement in MA Alimony

Important Update on Cohabitation and Retirement in MA Alimony On 1/30/15, the highest court in MA clarified some issues that created confusion following the passage of […]
September 3, 2013

Fall River Divorce Process

If you are considering filing for divorce in the state of Massachusetts, couples must live in a home together as husband and wife. If the cause […]
July 2, 2013

2013 Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines

2013 Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines Effective August 1, 2013, courts will implement the New 2013 Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines.  Every four years, an appointed task force […]
June 24, 2013

Massachusetts DUI Law: Statements Made During Field Sobriety Testing About Their Difficulty or Your Inability to Perform Them Are Admissible Diffic

Under Massachusetts DUI Law, if a person agrees to perform field sobriety tests, and then in attempting to perform them makes statements about the inability or […]
May 31, 2013

Aspects Related to Massachusetts Divorce

Aspects Related to Massachusetts Divorce When a divorce lawyer is retained for a divorce case, he or she takes on the duty of guiding and counseling […]
May 31, 2013

Massachusetts Divorce Advice | Bill Farias

Massachusetts Divorce Advice There are some imperative points that all the couples seeking a divorce must take into account before they make this step. First and […]
April 24, 2013

What You Should Know About Divorces in Massachusetts

Divorces in Massachusetts are filed under either FAULT or NO FAULT grounds. With either fault or no fault grounds, the parties must address child support, child […]