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Roe v. Wade

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FROM US TO YOU

Irrespective of your religion and ethnic affiliation, the holidays have a special impact on our lives. If you are a true believer, agnostic or atheist, you must recognize that people of all countries acknowledge, now for many centuries, something that is more powerful and bigger than all of us.  I see the celebration of the […]

CHRISTMAS AND PARENTING PLANS

Sharing time with your children during the holidays is easier said than done.  If you were to visit the family services department (now referred to as the probation department) of any probate court in Massachusetts during this wondrous holiday season, you would see distressed moms and dads, either armed with lawyers or not, waiting to […]

LUCY, DON’T MESS WITH SNOOPY

On August 2, 2012, Governor Deval Patrick signed Chapter 193 of the Acts and Resolves of 2012, An Act Further Regulating Animal Control.  Provisions of this law became effective on October 31, 2012.  The new section to the non-abuse statute, Chapter 209A is section 11(a ) which now allows a court to order “possession, care, and control […]

What is Alimony?

For the 38 years that I have practiced divorce law, the word alimony has been the anathema to those divorcing individuals and an obligation, in their view, to be avoided.   With the enactment of the Alimony Reform Act of 2011, your basic understanding of what alimony is should be a prerequisite to your understanding the […]