Family Law Blog

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Drafting a Prenup

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Drafting a Prenup While it can be a sore subject between couples planning to marry, there are numerous reasons that a prenuptial agreement is beneficial including, but not limited to, the following: One or both parties have substantial assets,...

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Your Post-Divorce Checklist

Your Post-Divorce Checklist We get it – you’ve spent months or maybe even years dealing with lawyers and court dates, reading over motions and draft agreements and praying for all of it to finally come to an end. So, it’s understandable that the last thing you want to...

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Five Biggest Mistakes Spouses Make in a Divorce

Going through a divorce is a stressful and intensely emotional time. From facing all of the imminent changes revolving around the separation to dealing with the impact on your children and other loved ones, divorce can be an incredibly difficult process, especially...

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Knowing Your Rights in a DCF Investigation

Few things are more frightening than having the Department of Children and Families (DCF) involved in your life. It’s an overwhelming and emotional experience that no parent is ever prepared to endure. This is why our skilled legal team at Foley & MacAdie, P.C....

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The Cheaper Alternative to Divorce

Mediation is an alternative process to the conventional divorce. It is a cheaper, quicker and less adversarial method to dividing the marital estate, determining the best parenting plan, calculating support options and more.

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Preparing for Your First Meeting with a Divorce Attorney

In order to make the most of your first meeting with a divorce attorney, it’s essential to come prepared. This will allow your attorney to advise you in an efficient and effective manner and ensure that all of your questions are answered. Plus, it’s also the best way to avoid wasted time AND money!

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Your Alimony Questions Answered!

There are A LOT of common misconceptions when it comes to alimony, but it’s something that ALL divorcing couples should understand. That’s why we’ve answered some of the most common questions about alimony in Massachusetts!

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Are you Afraid to Seek Help?

We know how hard it is to take that first step towards divorce. It’s difficult for everyone, but for those who are stuck in an abusive or controlling relationship, it’s infinitely harder. If you’ve ever wondered what you’re options are, all the answers you need are here…

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Do You Have Buyer’s Remorse Regarding Your Family Law Case?

It’s not unusual for parties to decide, days, months or years after finalizing their divorce or custody case, that they are no longer happy with the terms that were originally agreed upon or ordered by the Court. But when can you actually do something about it? Well,...

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