Category: Family Law

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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DCF And Protecting Your Rights: How Absolute Immunity for Social Workers Could Impact You

June 16, 2021

In a recent case, C.M. vs. COMMISSIONER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES, the Supreme Judicial Court granted further appellate review discussing whether a Department of Children and Families social worker and supervisor should […]

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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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Child support questions

8 child support questions and the answers you need

March 9, 2021

There are so many questions to consider when it comes to child support. Attorney Kara Carey lays out some of the most frequently asked questions, so you don’t have to go searching the web. From […]

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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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Nondisparagement: Can the court intervene?

May 9, 2020

Oftentimes in contentious custody matters, language is sought that neither parent disparage the other to a child or in the presence of a child. A recent Supreme Judicial Court case, Shak v. Shak, decided that, […]

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Seeking legal representation but concerned about the cost?

April 29, 2020

You may have heard of Limited Assistance Representation (also referred to as LAR). LAR is a cost effective method to provide you with limited representation on your case.  LAR is the method by which a […]

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You are now free to move about the country – but your children are not

April 19, 2020

Remember before you had children when you were free to move and live wherever you chose? Once you have children, that decision may not be as simple, especially following a divorce or separation from your […]

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