What to do After Being Served with Divorce Papers in Massachusetts

| Jan 6, 2016 | Divorce |

What should you do if you’ve been served with divorce papers in a Massachusetts family law case? It can be a confusing and understandably upsetting event, especially if you were caught unaware. Though this is bound to be an emotional time, there are some concrete, important steps you should take to begin to respond to the divorce filing.

First, you should make note of when you received the divorce papers. The date that the papers are officially delivered to you is very important, and it will come into play later when determining the deadlines to file responsive documents with the court. Waiting too long to respond or missing key deadlines can seriously harm your case, sometimes even forfeiting your legal rights.

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