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Category Archives: Boston Divorce Lawyer
Many patients in the United States are given anesthesia prior to surgery. While general anesthesia can be a critical part of a surgical procedure – rendering a patient unconscious throughout the duration of the surgery – it can be dangerous … Continue reading
Unless you and your spouse are in full agreement with such major marital issues as child custody, visitation, support payments, and the equitable distribution of your assets and debts, your divorce may be very costly. It makes little sense to … Continue reading
The emotional aspects of a divorce on the children can be easily overlooked by parents who are more concerned about the impact it is having on their own lives. If you are contemplating divorce or a divorce proceeding has already … Continue reading
Child support can be tricky. Unlike other aspects of a divorce, many of which are finalized and remain the same forever after the original decision, child support can be revisited and revised years after the original decisions in the court.
Separating from a spouse can be a difficult and frustrating time. In order to make this time go by smoother, some people seek mediation instead of an actual divorce. While this can benefit some couples, mediation is often not the … Continue reading
Massachusetts is one of 33 states that recognize and grant same sex marriages. Consequently, the laws of divorce should apply to them as well. A quandary in this area recently surfaced in Utah where a federal court ruled that … Continue reading
When contemplating divorce or after a complaint for divorce has been filed, one or both parties always seems to make a costly mistake. One critical mistake is in moving out of the house too soon.
Before you begin the divorce process, it is best if you are aware of the beginning steps so that you are prepared both financially and emotionally for the changes in your life to come. Before you meet with a divorce … Continue reading
A divorce can be a life-changing event and not a decision that is made casually. If there are children or considerable marital assets you must consider the emotional impact on your children as well as the financial consequences for both … Continue reading