by: Julia Rodgers Generally, you are able to file your divorce in Massachusetts if you meet one of the requirements listed below: You have lived here for more than one year. If you have lived in Massachusetts for at least one year, you are eligible to file for a divorce in MA…Read more
What Happens to the Engagement Ring?
by: Julia Rodgers What happens to the engagement ring if you and your fiancé decide not to get married? In most cases, the engagement ring must go back to the purchaser. This is because the engagement ring is not considered a pure gift, but rather a conditional gift, with the condition being that the parties…Read more
What is Collaborative Law?
[caption id="attachment_4770" align="aligncenter" width="604"] A Collaborative Divorce can be a great option for couples who are willing to negotiate rather than litigate.[/caption] by: Julia Rodgers Divorce is often a devastating and stressful experience - but it doesn't have to be. Collaborative law is an approach to divorce (in Massachusetts- not all states offer collaborative divorce)…Read more
A Cheap Online Divorce: Easy Fix or Dangerous Pick?
[caption id="attachment_4783" align="aligncenter" width="604"] An cheap online divorce may lead to an unfavorable outcome.[/caption] by: Julia Rodgers Most of us are willing and excited to spend thousands of dollars, and months of preparation on a wedding. We devote hours upon hours to scrupulous planning in anticipation of the "big day." Quite the opposite happens when…Read more