Blog Posts in August, 2016

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  • Harassment Orders in Massachusetts: Are They Issued Too Easily?
    Harassment Orders in Massachusetts: Are They Issued Too Easily?

    Massachusetts family law attorney James M. Lynch reviews harassment orders in Massachusetts following a recent Appeals Court decision. A recent Massachusetts Appeals Court case illustrates the ...

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  • Who Pays for School: College Expenses and Massachusetts Child Support Agreements
    Who Pays for School: College Expenses and Massachusetts Child Support Agreements

    Massachusetts divorce lawyer Nicole K. Levy reviews the complexities of addressing college expenses in divorce and child support agreements. In my previous blog on college expenses in family law ...

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  • Appeals Court MedPay Decision: A Victory for Massachusetts Consumers
    Appeals Court MedPay Decision: A Victory for Massachusetts Consumers

    Massachusetts personal injury attorney James M. Lynch reviews a recent Appeals Court decision impacting how PIP and Medpay affect coverage in motor vehicle accident cases. A recent unpublished opinion ...

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  • Income Attribution in Massachusetts Child Support and Alimony Cases
    Income Attribution in Massachusetts Child Support and Alimony Cases

    Massachusetts divorce lawyer Nicole K. Levy reviews the attribution of income in child support and alimony cases in Massachusetts. In cases involving child support and alimony, a Massachusetts probate ...

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  • State Senate Declines Vote on Alimony Reform and Child Custody Bills in 2016
    State Senate Declines Vote on Alimony Reform and Child Custody Bills in 2016

    Massachusetts Divorce lawyer Jason V. Owens recaps the defeat of “an act reforming alimony in Massachusetts” and the “Massachusetts Child-Centered Family Law” in the state senate. For much of 2016, ...

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