Family Law Blog

What to Do When a Payor Vanishes

It happens far too often that one parent or spouse may be owed child support or alimony from a parent or former spouse, but the person with the obligation to pay has vanished and purposefully cannot be found. But can anything be done?

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If you are paying or receiving child support, the new Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines will most likely change the amount you are paying or receiving!

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When Should You Contact an Attorney for a Divorce?

There is no question that picking up the phone to call a family law attorney is one of the hardest things for a person in a difficult marriage to do. However, the advice you receive early on will help you make the best decisions for you and your family.

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Attorney Client Privilege: What’s Protected?

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.

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3 Ways Your Divorce Could Affect Your Estate Plan

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.

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Supplemental Rule 401 Financial Statements

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

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