Blog Posts in June, 2017

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  • When Can a Judge Extend Alimony Beyond Federal Retirement Age Under the Alimony Reform Act?
    When Can a Judge Extend Alimony Beyond Federal Retirement Age Under the Alimony Reform Act?

    Massachusetts divorce attorney Jason V. Owens reviews deviations from the federal retirement age “cap” under the Alimony Reform Act. This blog has paid a great deal of attention to the unequal ...

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  • For Wealthy Parents, an Increase in Income May Not Trigger Increased Child Support
    For Wealthy Parents, an Increase in Income May Not Trigger Increased Child Support

    Massachusetts divorce attorney Kimberley Keyes reviews the challenge of modifying child support for high-income parents. It is no secret that the Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines provide ...

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  • SJC Rules on the
    SJC Rules on the "Retroactivity" of the Alimony Reform Act, Again

    Massachusetts divorce attorney Kimberley Keyes analyzes another SJC decision focused on the “retroactive” application of the Alimony Reform Act to pre-2012 divorce cases. When it comes to divorce and ...

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  • Do Wives Ever Pay Alimony to Husbands in Massachusetts?
    Do Wives Ever Pay Alimony to Husbands in Massachusetts?

    Massachusetts divorce attorney Jason V. Owens flags an Appeals Court case while noting a recent increase in wives paying alimony to husbands in MA divorces. The recent unpublished Appeals Court ...

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  • Death of Professional Cyclist Highlights Dangers of Road Biking
    Death of Professional Cyclist Highlights Dangers of Road Biking

    Personal injury attorney Lisa A. Galas considers the dangers of road biking after a professional cyclist is killed in Italy. In a recent blog, we discussed the unique risks faced by motorcyclists who ...

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  • Are Deposition Subpoenas Enforceable in Massachusetts Civil Cases?
    Are Deposition Subpoenas Enforceable in Massachusetts Civil Cases?

    Attorney James M. Lynch reviews the Massachusetts laws which give teeth to subpoenas in civil cases, including the issuance of bench warrants. Depositions are a fundamental part of civil and criminal ...

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