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  • Child Support Obligations Never Go Away in Massachusetts
    Child Support Obligations Never Go Away in Massachusetts

    Massachusetts divorce lawyer James M. Lynch discusses how child support arrears never expire in Massachusetts. Recently, we have been getting calls from across the World Wide Web from people with ...

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  • Determining Self-Employment Income for Child Support Purposes in Massachusetts
    Determining Self-Employment Income for Child Support Purposes in Massachusetts

    Massachusetts divorce lawyer Jason V. Owens presents his recently published article on self-employment income in Massachusetts child support cases. I am pleased to link to an Article I published in ...

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  • HEY, THAT’S MY TREE!: Tree Cutting Liability in Massachusetts
    HEY, THAT’S MY TREE!: Tree Cutting Liability in Massachusetts

    Massachusetts personal injury lawyer James M. Lynch explores a unique niche in Massachusetts law: replacement damages for cutting down a neighbor’s (nearly) priceless tree. I’m not a big fan of raking ...

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  • Mass Close to Adopting Alimony Structure Featured on AlimonyFormula.com
    Mass Close to Adopting Alimony Structure Featured on AlimonyFormula.com

    The Massachusetts Legislature is now considering legislation that would significantly change the way that divorce courts approach the process of awarding alimony. This new approach to alimony proposed ...

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  • Payment of Medical Bills After an Auto Accident
    Payment of Medical Bills After an Auto Accident

    Massachusetts personal injury attorney James M. Lynch reviews how medical bills are paid after a motor vehicle accident. Who pays your medical bills after you’ve been in an automobile accident ? The ...

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  • Massachusetts Bankruptcy Exemptions
    Massachusetts Bankruptcy Exemptions

    Don’t worry, if you need to file bankruptcy in Massachusetts, you can still keep your 2 cows, 12 sheep, 2 swine and 4 tons of hay. Fortunately, the other assets you can exempt (“protect”) under state ...

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