Divorce News

As a Divorce Law Firm we like to keep our clients up to date about the newest cases, trends in the industy, and provide tips for helping our people achieve the best outcome possible.  Our news posts hope to valuable to people who are either thinking about Divorce our are beginning the process.  Please feel free to go read our archives and find some tips that will help you. If you have any questions please feel free to call us any time.

 

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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 and deadly when administered in the incorrect amount. If you or a loved one has been the victim of an anesthesia error made by a medical professional, the attorneys at Lovenberg & Associates, P.C. can help you to recover damages for your injuries or loss. Read more

76755050Unless 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 see your bank account drained of funds because you are angry at your spouse and wish to see he or she “pay” for disrespecting you or for making seemingly unreasonable demands.
 

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Boston Medical Malpractice LawyersThe 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 been initiated, seek advice from a Boston divorce lawyer who can counsel you not only about the legal issues involved, but about how the divorce is affecting your children. Read more

Child Support

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.

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Young couple after quarrel sitting back to back

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 right path for couples who are nearing the end of their marriage. Knowing why divorce can sometimes provide a better option than mediation is important when considering what path you will end up taking.

 

Locating a divorce attorney who will guide you through this difficult time is important, as they will be your best resource for weighing your options. If you are seeking only the best Boston divorce attorney, Doug Lovenberg and the professional team at Lovenberg and Associates has you covered. No other divorce lawyer in Boston has the experience, dedication and know-how that Doug Lovenberg has, so let him use his skillset to help you in this difficult time.

 

While mediation can provide useful services to couples in need, there are two primary factors you should consider before seeking this route over an actual divorce:

 

 

Is Your Spouse Aggressive?

 

Whether your spouse is a bully or simply refuses to come to compromises, if you have difficulty communicating with your spouse, mediation is probably not the best option for your situation. Without the ability to effectively come to a  middle ground on issues, and plan your future in a reasonable manner, mediation will likely just end up benefiting your spouse and create additional problems within the marriage. If you are experiencing a poor marriage with a spouse that does not provide proper attention and understanding, divorce is your best option.

 

Is Your Spouse Responsible?

 

While both mediation and divorce can lead to legal fees that will need to be handled in a responsible fashion, mediation is not as permanent and effective as a divorce in most cases. With a divorce, you can be sure that the desired effects will be in place once the process is finished, but with mediation you may find that the time and money you spent on the process amounted to very little in the long run.

 

 

Whether you choose to go with divorce or mediation, your abilities to navigate the process will benefit greatly from a talented attorney. If you want legal advice, instruction and representation you can trust in the Boston area, contact Doug Lovenberg and the professionals at Lovenberg and Associates today. If you suspect are ready to start weighing the options associated with your marriage, please call 617‑973‑9950 or contact us online today for a free consultation.

 

Same Sex Divorce

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 the state’s law defining marriage as between a man and a woman was unlawful as it violated the Due Process and Equal Protection provisions of the 14th Amendment to the US Constitution. The ruling is under appeal. Read more

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.

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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 lawyer, it is essential that you know what documents you will need and the basic steps involved.

 

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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 spouses. Before you hire a divorce lawyer, here are 5 top questions to ask:
 
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When divorcing, the issues facing a male or female are often different. In a traditional marriage or even one involving same-sex couples, there is usually one spouse who is the primary caregiver for the children and another who earns more than the other if both spouses are working. Emotional issues are different as well. The following discusses some of the issues women generally face while the divorce is pending and after final judgment.

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