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  • Taking Back Your Divorce: Crafting a Parenting Plan That Works for Your Family

    Divorce can be a difficult time filled with many transitions and uncertainties. The anxiousness which naturally accompanies this process can be exacerbated when children are involved. The big question often is: how are my spouse and I going to share time with our children when we are no longer living in the same house? How… Continue reading »

  • Contract law and Texting

    There is a new twist on Crosby, Still Nash and Young’s “Teach your children well” is now “Children teach your parents well!” R U K? This type of expression has become very familiar to us. Welcome to the world of texting. Until recently, I understood it to be a great and quick way to stay… Continue reading »

  • A takeaway from Prince’s death: Do not die without a will

    Prince is the latest celebrity to die without a will. To many of us it was shocking that this music legend did not leave instructions on how to administer his vast fortune. When celebrities die without a will it makes headline news. Despite the fact that about 50% of Americans die every year without a… Continue reading »

  • Equal Access to Original Birth Certificates

    Did you know that not all persons over the age of 18 who were adopted in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts may access their original birth certificates without court intervention, or going on a “search?” Why? Currently, M.G.L.ch 46 s. 2B prevents those adoptees that were born between July 17, 1974 and December 31, 2007 from… Continue reading »

  • What’s A Grandparent To Do?

    If it seems as though Grandparent Issues have been on my mind as of late, it is true. Becoming a grandparent myself was like looking into a kaleidoscope: with just an ever-so-slight twist, the landscape is different and perhaps more complicated. One would think that on becoming a grandparent, all of the fun and indulging… Continue reading »

  • Let’s Face It

    “Person to person, face to face, person to person, one to one, just you and me. . . person to person, that’s just how it gets done.” These lyrics from an old 70’s funk band, Average White Band, remind me of the value of face-to-face communication. Why face-to-face versus all of the wonders that technology… Continue reading »

  • Avoiding Family Feuds Over Inheritance

    When it comes to inheritance, family feuds are real. Regardless of the amount of inheritance at stake, it is a far too common occurrence for family disputes to arise over an inheritance after a parent dies. Otherwise rational people can quickly act like children fighting in the school yard over a perceived slight or unfair… Continue reading »

  • How An Expert Can Help Your Divorce Case: Insights from the 2016 Family Law Financial Forum

    Recently, Attorney Karen Greenberg and I had the opportunity to attend the 2016 Family Law Financial Forum, an event hosted by Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education. This program featured a panel of experts in the financial aspects of divorce, and included attorneys, business valuators, and accountants with varying certifications and specialties. The all-day presentation allowed me,… Continue reading »

  • To Turkey Baste or Not

    Assisted reproduction can take on many forms. Many who decide to build their family through assisted reproduction use the services of a center. The center may be a fertility center, affiliated with sperm and egg banks, and medical facilities, while others are merely in the business of “matching” a person with an egg and or… Continue reading »

  • Alimony Reform: More Changes on the Horizon?

    The Alimony Reform Act of 2011, which became effective as of March 1, 2012, brought sweeping changes to the alimony laws in Massachusetts. Prior to the Act, alimony could be awarded for life, leaving many payors feeling unfairly responsible for their ex-spouses. As part of this systemic overhaul, amount and duration limits were set for… Continue reading »

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