Family Law Blog
- Attorney Client Privilege: What’s Protected? (6/14/2016) - Attorney Client Privilege can be invoked by the client to protect conversations between the client and their attorney. It is important to protect conversations that pertain to strategy and planning regarding your litigation or pending matter, it also helps create the strong degree of trust necessary for an effective attorney-client relationship.
- 3 Ways Your Divorce Could Affect Your Estate Plan (5/14/2016) - It is very common for a couple to make an estate plan shortly after they get married or have children. Following a divorce, it is a wise idea to redraw your estate plan immediately. This is not something to be put off until a later date and not something to be taken lightly.
- Completing your first Financial Statement (4/10/2016) - Your first FS will usually be the most difficult. The FS requires you to list ALL of your assets, ALL sources of income, ALL expenses, and ALL liabilities.
- Supplemental Rule 401 Financial Statements (3/27/2016) - Throughout your litigation, the court will require you to complete and file a Financial Statement. The Financial Statement must be completed in accordance with Massachusetts Probate and Family Court Supplemental Rule 401. Financial Statements provide the court with an idea of your financial situation
- 10 Tips for Preparing for your First Court Hearing (3/14/2016) - We know that your first hearing can be intimidating, but follow these easy tips and Trust Your Lawyer. If you’ve hired an attorney to represent you, they should advocate for your best interests.