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What to Do When Spouse Claims Disability in Massachusetts

Sometimes during divorce proceedings one spouse may claim to suffer from aDisability.jpg disability that affects their ability to work. When your spouse claims to be disabled, you might wonder if there is anything that you can do about it. It may sound awful to question the honesty of your once beloved spouse especially as it relates to a medical condition. But sometimes further exploration is necessary to determine the true extent of your spouse's disability and its effect on their ability to work. This is especially the case if your spouse has already given you reason not to trust.

What Happens if Your Massachusetts Divorce Goes to Trial

Many people contemplating a Massachusetts divorce do not realize that if they areCourt Judge.jpg unable to reach a settlement, the result is a full trial before a judge of the Probate and Family Court. 

Do You Really Need To Hire a Massachusetts Divorce Attorney?

If you're facing a change in your marriage and family life, you're not alone in Massachusetts. TheDivorce 55.jpg best thing you can do is to find out what your options are, and learn how to protect yourself, your assets, and/or your children. One of the most common questions someone in this situation asks is, "Do I really need to hire an attorney to represent me?"

Adultery and a Massachusetts Military Divorce

"If I am in the process of obtaining a Massachusetts divorce can I get in  trouble in the military for adultery? This is a frequently asked question and the answer to this straightforward question can be anything but simple.

Will Your Massachusetts Alimony and Child Support Case Benefit From Retaining a Vocational Expert?

There are some situations in which your Massachusetts attorney may recommend that you retainJob Description Form.jpg certain professionals, such as an accountant, appraiser, or vocational expert, to assist with your divorce case.

Transmutation - How Separate Property Can Become Marital Property In a Massachusetts Divorce

Transmutation is a term used in family law to describe property that has beenProperty.jpg transformed from a party's separate property into marital property in Massachusetts. In the context of equitable distribution, the term "separate property" refers to property that is owned by one spouse individually. A spouse's separate property includes all property he or she owned prior to the marriage, acquired by gift from a third-party during the marriage, or received by inheritance.

Love, Marriage and the Prenuptial Agreement in Massachusetts

Thumbnail image for Marriage 1.pngAlthough the topic of finances, including the division of the couple's assets in the event their marriage ends, may seem unromantic, it is incumbent upon the bride and groom to consider and discuss their financial future, particularly the need for a prenuptial agreement in Massachusetts.

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