Blog Posts in August, 2015

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  • How are Marital Debts Treated in a Massachusetts Divorce?
    How are Marital Debts Treated in a Massachusetts Divorce?

    Massachusetts divorce lawyer James M. Lynch reviews how marital debts and liabilities are treated in a Massachusetts divorce. In Massachusetts, debts are treated as “negative” assets and are divided ...

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  • What if Brady Wins His Deflategate Appeal?
    What if Brady Wins His Deflategate Appeal?

    Monday’s Deflategate Hearing in Federal District Court in New York before Judge Richard Berman could be the moment when Tom Brady learns whether he will be playing in the NFL season opener – or not. ...

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  • Ashley Madison: 11 Million Men vs. 2,000 Women
    Ashley Madison: 11 Million Men vs. 2,000 Women

    Massachusetts divorce lawyer Jason V. Owens comments on media reports that Ashley Madison members included 11 million men paired with as few as 2,000 women. On Tuesday , I wrote about the impact of ...

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  • Lynch & Owens Divorce Series: Step 3 – Your Free Initial Consult With An Attorney
    Lynch & Owens Divorce Series: Step 3 – Your Free Initial Consult With An Attorney

    Massachusetts divorce lawyer Carmela M. Miraglia reviews the free one-hour consultation between an attorney and new client. In this edition of the Lynch & Owens Divorce Series , I will discuss the ...

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  • Did the NFL Destroy Key Deflategate Evidence?
    Did the NFL Destroy Key Deflategate Evidence?

    This is not something that will be considered by Judge Richard Berman in Tom Brady’s Appeal of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s arbitration decision but it illustrates a key reason why Goodell was ...

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  • Can a 16-year old Decide Which Parent to Live With in Massachusetts?
    Can a 16-year old Decide Which Parent to Live With in Massachusetts?

    Massachusetts family law lawyer Jason V. Owens explores whether a 16-year old in Massachusetts can determine which parent he or she wants to live with. Can a 16-year old decide which parent to live ...

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