Rehabilitative Alimony, Reimbursement Alimony, Transitional Alimony

Recently, and prior to its enactment, Karen Greenberg successfully argued the concepts of rehabilitative alimony, reimbursement alimony and transitional alimony part of the Act Reforming Alimony in the Commonwealth, and how each concept could be properly applied to a long term marriage, where the stay at home spouse had at least 20 more years before… Continue reading »


Massachusetts Alimony Reform: A Long Awaited and Welcomed Change

The Massachusetts Senate and House of Representatives have passed the Alimony Reform Bill, and it is expected to be signed by Governor Deval Patrick. Once signed, the new Alimony Reform Act will become effective on March 1, 2012. The bill, having been passed at the recommendation of a special task force appointed in 2009, marks… Continue reading »