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What Is Parenting Time?
What Is Parenting Time?

Your child’s parenting time schedule is one of the most important legal issues you will have to figure out in your divorce. Parenting time is the time your child spends with either you or your spouse. Often, there will be one parent who has primary physical custody of the ...

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Blog Posts in 2016

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    The Worth of Assets In Massachusetts, divorcing couples must divide their assets equitably (i.e. fairly). Seems pretty simple, right? If all your ...

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  • Guidelines for Email Communication with Your Ex

    Politeness Goes a Long Way Email is one of the most common methods of communication today. Email is particularly helpful for communicating with your ...

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  • Do I Need a Divorce Lawyer or Court Referral to Mediate?

    Steps to Mediation Many people aren’t familiar with divorce mediation. Mediation is a relatively new way to get divorced and still a less common ...

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    In mediation, I do not act as an attorney for either spouse, but rather as a neutral third party to assist both spouses. I have been mediating divorce ...

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    Reluctant and Not Ready Unless you and your spouse are on the same page, you may have some disagreements when it comes to the divorce. If your spouse ...

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  • Tips for Keeping Divorce Communications Professional

    It’s All in How You Say It You and your spouse have decided to divorce. You have separated but are trying to work together to negotiate the terms of ...

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