Blog Posts in March, 2016

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  • I am Getting Divorced: When Can I File a “Single” Status Tax Return?
    I am Getting Divorced: When Can I File a “Single” Status Tax Return?

    Massachusetts divorce lawyer Jason V. Owens reviews how the “90-day Nisi Period” following a Massachusetts divorce affects state and federal tax filing status. The answer to this question should be ...

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  • Nicole K. Levy Guest Blogs on “Legal Custody Assumptions” at Scaling the Summit – Assumption 1 of 4 – Access to School & Medical Records
    Nicole K. Levy Guest Blogs on “Legal Custody Assumptions” at Scaling the Summit – Assumption 1 of 4 – Access to School & Medical Records

    Massachusetts divorce lawyer Nicole K. Levy is guest blogging on Skylark Law & Mediation’s divorce blog, Scaling the Summit, about assumptions parties, lawyers and judges make about legal custody in ...

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  • Lynch & Owens Divorce Series: Step 8 – Pretrial Conferences and Status Conferences
    Lynch & Owens Divorce Series: Step 8 – Pretrial Conferences and Status Conferences

    Massachusetts divorce lawyer Carmela M. Miraglia discusses Pretrial Conferences and Status Conferences Massachusetts Divorce in Step 8 of the Lynch & Owens Divorce Series. In this edition of the ...

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  • Child Custody Jurisdiction: What is the “Home State”?
    Child Custody Jurisdiction: What is the “Home State”?

    Massachusetts divorce lawyer James M. Lynch reviews two cases that illustrate how the Massachusetts Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act enables aids courts in determining interstate ...

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  • Obara v. Ghoreisha (2016): a Rare Massachusetts Appeals Court Reversal of a Division of Assets Decision
    Obara v. Ghoreisha (2016): a Rare Massachusetts Appeals Court Reversal of a Division of Assets Decision

    Massachusetts divorce lawyer Jason V. Owens reviews a rare Massachusetts Appeals Court decision vacating a Probate & Family Court judge’s division of marital assets. This blog has observed in other ...

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  • What is the 90-Day “Nisi Period” in a Massachusetts Divorce?
    What is the 90-Day “Nisi Period” in a Massachusetts Divorce?

    Massachusetts divorce lawyer Jason V. Owens reviews the “90-day Nisi Period”, which prevents Massachusetts residents from remarrying for 90 days after being divorced. In Massachusetts, an individual ...

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