In all Massachusetts divorce cases, each party is required to fill out a financial statement. So, every person getting a divorce (contested or uncontested) must fill one out. A financial statement is important because it is an overview of your current financial situation, and can help determine child support, spousal support, division of assets and…Read more
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If you have stock options through your employer, you may be wondering if, and how those options may be divided in your divorce. If you have unvested options, you may be even more befuddled at how unvested options could be divided. That’s where the Baccanti formula comes into play. What is the Baccanti formula? The…Read more
A court order or judgment remains in effect until it is modified and replaced by a subsequent court order of judgment, right? But, what happens if you and your former spouse agree to change the amount of alimony to be paid, on your own, without any court intervention? If you both agree on this change,…Read more
by: Julia Rodgers While divorce is difficult for everyone, it often hits children particularly hard. Children have a unique ability to internalize things and may often feel like they are somehow to blame for the divorce. Parents may spur these thoughts when they argue about things related to the children, such as parenting time, support…Read more
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