Blog Posts in April, 2018

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  • Wicked Stupid Laws: Former Spouses Who Cohabitate After Divorce
    Wicked Stupid Laws: Former Spouses Who Cohabitate After Divorce "Guilty of Adultery" in Massachusetts

    Divorce lawyer Kimberley Keyes examines an outdated Massachusetts law that criminalizes cohabitation by former spouses. Attorney Owens recently blogged about how the pointless and outdated “divorce ...

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  • A Future Inheritance Cannot Be Divided in a Massachusetts Divorce
    A Future Inheritance Cannot Be Divided in a Massachusetts Divorce

    Every Massachusetts divorce includes a division of assets. Even if spouses don’t own any assets, a judgment or Separation Agreement must specifically state this fact. One area where Probate Courts ...

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  • Deadline for Tax Deductible Alimony in Massachusetts is Much Earlier than December 31, 2018
    Deadline for Tax Deductible Alimony in Massachusetts is Much Earlier than December 31, 2018

    In recent weeks, we have written about the impact of the new tax reform bill on alimony, both on this blog and on the South Shore Divorce Mediation blog . Under the new federal tax law, alimony will ...

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