Blog Posts in October, 2018

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  • Divorced and Unmarried Parents: How New Tax Law Impacts Child Tax Deductions and Child Tax Credits
    Divorced and Unmarried Parents: How New Tax Law Impacts Child Tax Deductions and Child Tax Credits

    Divorce attorney Jason V. Owens reviews how changes to child tax benefits under the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act (TCJA) may impact divorced, separated and unmarried parents. With 2019 around the corner, tax ...

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  • Divorce, Custody Disputes and the Terrible Epidemic of Murder-Suicide
    Divorce, Custody Disputes and the Terrible Epidemic of Murder-Suicide

    Massachusetts family law attorney Nicole K. Levy examines the intersection of divorce, family disputes and murder-suicide in Massachusetts. Out of all of the consequences of a divorce or family ...

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  • New Alimony Law in New Hampshire Similar to Massachusetts Statute
    New Alimony Law in New Hampshire Similar to Massachusetts Statute

    Massachusetts attorney Jason V. Owens sees similarities between a newly enacted alimony law in New Hampshire and the Massachusetts law passed in 2011 . When it comes to divorce and family law, each ...

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  • MA Appeals Court: Wife's Poor Health Valid Grounds for Alimony Deviation
    MA Appeals Court: Wife's Poor Health Valid Grounds for Alimony Deviation

    Hingham divorce lawyer Nicole K. Levy reviews an Appeals Court decision extending alimony due to a former wife’s health issues. Since the Alimony Reform Act (ARA) in 2011 became law, Massachusetts ...

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