Category: Divorce

Changing Your Child’s Last Name? Here’s What To Consider.

July 6, 2021

Changing your own last name is typically a simple request, but petitioning to change the last name of your child is an entirely different and sometimes more arduous process. There is a lot to consider […]

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What is a Snapshot Support Calculation?

June 21, 2021

Deciding who pays what and how much during a divorce can get complicated. When it comes to addressing reciprocal support orders, could a snapshot support calculation be the right thing for you? The court has […]

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Should Children be Allowed to Testify in a Divorce Case?

June 16, 2021

A judge in a recent high-profile case said no. Whether children should be allowed to testify in a divorce case is a common question and concern for parents who want the child(ren) to have a […]

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First Impressions: Four Benefits You Can Rely on from Ryan Faenza Carey

May 2, 2021

Are you or your spouse considering divorce? Ryan Faenza Carey can help. We understand that divorce and family law matters are emotional and frightening for most people. What do I do? What is going to […]

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How Your Divorce Could Impact Your Child’s College Choice

March 21, 2021

It should be an exciting time when your child’s college acceptances are coming in, but it’s important to consider how your divorce could impact your child’s college choice. Planning ahead and reviewing your Judgement of […]

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How will you divide your home in divorce?

January 3, 2021

A home is the largest asset for many couples. In a divorce, if the home will not be sold, you have to determine who will retain the home, refinancing terms to remove the other party […]

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Don’t just file away your divorce agreement

November 29, 2020

When was the last time you looked at your divorce agreement? Whether you’ve been divorced for 2 years, 10 years, or 20, you should revisit your agreement when your divorce is over. After a divorce, […]

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What does life insurance have to do with my divorce settlement?

September 27, 2020

Life insurance in a divorce settlement is generally used as security for financial obligations of spouses to one another (or to their children). If one spouse dies before all of his or her financial obligations […]

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The perils of a DIY divorce

September 12, 2020

The legal process of terminating a marriage—“divorce”—is relatively straightforward. However, the details surrounding the divorce—the dividing of assets, the dividing of debt, determining what happens to health insurance, the kids, support, etc. is far more […]

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The single most important document you’ll sign during a divorce

April 26, 2020

The Massachusetts Probate and Family Courts mandates all parties to file a Financial Statement prior to obtaining a divorce. The Financial Statement requires each party to list all their income, expenses, assets and liabilities.  Whether […]

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