Blog Posts in September, 2017

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  • Multiple Errors Distort 2017 Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines, Fixes Reportedly Coming (UPDATED 10/6/17)
    Multiple Errors Distort 2017 Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines, Fixes Reportedly Coming (UPDATED 10/6/17)

    Massachusetts family law attorney Jason V. Owens discusses multiple errors affecting the 2017 Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines. As the product of a closed and secretive process , it probably ...

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  • Alimony Reform Effort Continues Despite Two Years of Inaction in Massachusetts Senate
    Alimony Reform Effort Continues Despite Two Years of Inaction in Massachusetts Senate

    Massachusetts divorce attorney Jason V. Owens checks in on alimony reform, which has been stymied for two years in the Massachusetts Senate. When last we checked in on the Alimony Re-Reform Act ...

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  • Child Support Deviations Encouraged in 2017 MA Guidelines
    Child Support Deviations Encouraged in 2017 MA Guidelines

    Family Law Attorney Carmela M. Miraglia reviews how child support deviations are encouraged by the 2017 MA Child Support Guidelines. Like all states, Massachusetts has been under a federal mandate to ...

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  • After the Change of Name: the Many Tasks That Follow a Name Change
    After the Change of Name: the Many Tasks That Follow a Name Change

    Massachusetts family lawyer Kimberley Keyes discusses the challenging aftermath of a legal name change in Massachusetts. In my blog, “ How Do Legal Name Changes Work In Massachusetts? ”, I reviewed ...

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  • How Do Legal Name Changes Work in Massachusetts?
    How Do Legal Name Changes Work in Massachusetts?

    Massachusetts probate and family lawyer Kimberley Keyes reviews Change of Name Petitions in Massachusetts. Many Massachusetts residents are unaware that, as an adult, a person can change his or her ...

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  • Use of Unallocated Support Encouraged in 2017 MA Child Support Guidelines
    Use of Unallocated Support Encouraged in 2017 MA Child Support Guidelines

    Divorce Attorney Carmela M. Miraglia reviews how the 2017 Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines encourage judges to enter orders for Unallocated Support. In a divorce case that involves spouses who ...

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