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Postnuptial Agreements Closely Scrutinized in Massachusetts Divorces
Postnuptial Agreements Closely Scrutinized in Massachusetts Divorces

Divorce Attorney Carmela M. Miraglia compares the review of postnuptial agreements to separation agreements and prenuptial agreements in Massachusetts. A postnuptial agreement is similar to separation agreements and prenuptial agreements insofar that postnuptial agreements ...

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    Divorce Attorney Carmela M. Miraglia compares the review of postnuptial agreements to separation agreements and prenuptial agreements in Massachusetts. A postnuptial agreement is similar to separation ...

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