Blog Posts in November, 2017

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  • The Slow Process of Changing a Temporary Order for Child Custody in Probate Court
    The Slow Process of Changing a Temporary Order for Child Custody in Probate Court

    Jason V. Owens reviews the difficult process of changing a temporary custody order in Massachusetts probate and family courts. A recent unpublished opinion of the Massachusetts Appeals Court ...

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  • Can a Court Divide a Former Spouse's Pension 14 Years After a Divorce Was Finalized?
    Can a Court Divide a Former Spouse's Pension 14 Years After a Divorce Was Finalized?

    Hingham Divorce Attorney Kimberley Keyes reviews the court decision suggesting an asset division can sometimes be modified following a divorce. In a recent decision, the Massachusetts Appeals Court ...

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  • Carefully Read Your Court Order, and Other Lessons Learned in Family Law
    Carefully Read Your Court Order, and Other Lessons Learned in Family Law

    Massachusetts divorce lawyer Carmela Miraglia discusses the dangerous fallout when clients fail to carefully read court orders and agreements. There is one question every Judge asks both parties ...

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  • Republican Tax Bill Would Eliminate Alimony Tax Deduction Nationwide and in Massachusetts
    Republican Tax Bill Would Eliminate Alimony Tax Deduction Nationwide and in Massachusetts

    Nicole K. Levy comments on reports that Republican tax bill would eliminate state and federal alimony tax deductions. CNN is reporting that the Republican tax plan that is currently being debated on ...

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