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Are you feeling constricted?  Maybe you have not found the right fit for your divorce or other mediation? Yes, the rumors are true. You can resolve your Massachusetts divorce, family, or business matter without leaving your own home or office. You could even wear your pajamas I suppose.   Despite the title of this post, […]

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On our website/blog, you may have read about the benefits of mediation, much of it relating to mediation in the divorce and family law context.  But what if you are not getting divorced but need to resolve a dispute related to your business, employment, or non-profit? When a conflict goes public, it stops becoming merely […]

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Are you involved in a “condo war” with other residents?  Resolving real estate legal issues with mediation is a smart choice on many levels. Condominiums, especially those with fewer than ten units, can become nests of difficult, stressful conflict. As unit owners come and go, it is difficult to ensure that everyone lives within the rules […]

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As a divorce lawyer and mediator, much of my time involves obtaining and analyzing information, whether our client’s case is a divorce, modification to child support, custody, parenting, alimony, or something else.  The Massachusetts divorce process requires certain information that the parties are required to exchange, but sometimes more details are needed.  The process for obtaining this additional information […]

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Every year, dogs bite more than 4.5 million people, with approximately 885,000 requiring medical attention.  These dog bite injury statistics provided by the US Center of  Disease Control (CDC) show that over 27,000 people required reconstructive surgery as a result of their dog bite injuries, and that just about half of the victims every year […]

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