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Category: Massachusetts divorce

Sometimes a marriage ending can be the best thing for a couple, and divorce or getting an annulment may be a topic of discussion. Both options will end a marriage but there is a difference between annulment and divorce. What’s the difference and how do you decide what route to go when ending a union? We’ve […]

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Are there ways you can better manage a high conflict divorce or custody conflict?  Is everything a battle with your ex-partner, spouse, or your child’s other parent? As a mediator, I am in the conflict management business. When a client is dealing with an unreasonable or difficult ex, stress frustration levels skyrocket, so anything I […]

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Hiring a lawyer that meets the standards to represent you in a limited fashion through the LAR program may be your best choice. Limited Assistance Representation (LAR) is also referred to unbundled legal services.  Under the LAR model, a lawyer assists the client with specific parts of the case, without providing the traditional full representation.  […]

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Whew!  Are you feeling overwhelmed?  If you are thinking about divorce in Massachusetts, it is understandable that you have plenty of questions. Many couples find divorce mediation less expensive, less stressful, and a pathway to more cooperative parenting after the dust settles. We’ve compiled some frequently asked questions about (you guessed it!) divorce mediation in […]

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How to Talk About Divorce With Your Spouse Congratulations!  Divorce mediation is usually a smart alternative to a high-conflict court-based divorce.  You did your homework and read about Massachusetts divorce and related issues. You even learned about the different ways to navigate the divorce process, and decided that divorce mediation is the best option. In […]

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Attribution of income is a relatively common issue in Massachusetts child support cases, whether as part of your divorce or a post-divorce modification.  Besides child support cases, attribution of income can also be a factor in alimony cases.  Alimony is also known as spousal support. Attribution of income occurs when the court makes a finding […]

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Why do some divorcing parents handle the issues surrounding parenting in a respectful and thoughtful manner, while others adopt mean-spirited and inflexible positions?   As a Norfolk County Divorce Lawyer and Divorce Mediator, I have seen both extremes, but there is no simple answer to the question. High conflict over parenting during and after divorce is […]

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I think there are many people who want to believe in unicorns.  Some of them live with me. These mythical creatures seem to have a friendly disposition.  Most unicorns seem to appreciate rainbows and sparkly colors, and I’ve never read about a unicorn rampage or other disturbing unicorn behavior. So why would a Walpole divorce […]

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I like to Move It Move It!   If you have kids, you probably remember this song from the movie Madagascar.  What does this pop tune have to do with your divorce? As a divorce lawyer and mediator, I’ve seen cases completed efficiently, while others drag on and accrue high legal fees.  Certainly the attorney you […]

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Asset or Liability? A leased automobile is considered a liability. When you lease a vehicle, it is yours to use until the lease expires. For this, you make a monthly payment. You never actually own the car, and when the contract ends, you must take it back to the dealer who leased it to you […]

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