Monthly Archives: October 2015
Often when I attend hearings at the probate and family court, on a divorce, custody, modification, or child support matter, I am there for many hours. In fact, it is not unusual to be at the courthouse for the better … Continue reading
Alimony and Recent Judgments in the Probate Court limiting post-retirement enforceability of awards only to judgments finalized after the 2011 law when into effect.
For those getting close to retirement, expecting a modification or discontinuance of their duty to continue with alimony payments to a former spouse pursuant to the new alimony reform act, beware: As with the decisions coming down by the Supreme … Continue reading
We continue to break new ground in Massachusetts. In a same-sex marriage, a woman was entitled to share custody of two children she jointly raised with their biological mother. This is the case out of the Massachusetts Probate and Family … Continue reading