Blog Posts in February, 2017

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  • When Does the Clock Start Running for Durational Alimony in Massachusetts?
    When Does the Clock Start Running for Durational Alimony in Massachusetts?

    Massachusetts divorce lawyer Nicole K. Levy analyzes a recent Supreme Judicial Court decision addressing the time limits for durational alimony. It is well established that under the Massachusetts ...

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  • Are Stock Options and RSUs Income or Assets in a MA Divorce?
    Are Stock Options and RSUs Income or Assets in a MA Divorce?

    Massachusetts divorce lawyer Jason V. Owens analyzes a recent Appeals Court case that presents stock options and RSUs as both income and assets. An opinion by the Massachusetts Appeals Court in the ...

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  • Rule 411: the Automatic Restraining Order in MA Divorce Cases
    Rule 411: the Automatic Restraining Order in MA Divorce Cases

    Massachusetts divorce lawyer Nicole K. Levy reviews a recent Appeals Court case covering violations of the Automatic Restraining Order (Rule 411). In my third and final blog on Heystek v. Duncan ...

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  • How Liquidity Affects Asset Division in a Divorce
    How Liquidity Affects Asset Division in a Divorce

    Massachusetts divorce lawyer Nicole K. Levy analyzes a recent Appeals Court case that provides guidance on how the liquidity of marital assets can affect a divorce. Last week, I wrote about an ...

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  • The Gorsuch Nomination: Will This Be A “Nuclear Winter”?
    The Gorsuch Nomination: Will This Be A “Nuclear Winter”?

    Attorney and Supreme Court watcher James M. Lynch considers whether Republicans will “go nuclear” over Gorsch appointment. As predicted here , President Donald Trump has appointed 10 th Circuit U.S. ...

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