Tag Archives: Grounds for Divorce
Are you currently going through a divorce in Massachusetts? Whether it is contested or uncontested you may want to know what your rights are. I invite you to view my website for information or call me for a consultation to discuss your unique circumstances.
I am proud to announce that I have been selected to be a member of the Amicus Curiae committee for the National American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.
I have been representing clients in Massachusetts who are involved in uncontested as well as contested divorces for thirty eight years. In that time period I have experienced different types of cases that might fit into categories, but each case is unique based upon its own set of facts. What I mean by this statement […]
Until 1974, when the legislature enacted irretrievable breakdown as grounds for divorce via Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 208, Sections 1A and 1B, in order to secure a divorce in Massachusetts fault had to be alleged and proved in court. The basic grounds that were listed and still are listed in section 1 of Massachusetts General Laws, […]