When your relationship is already strained, living under quarantine conditions can quickly shed light on a troubled marriage. Whether you’ve been contemplating divorce for a while or the stress of recent events has become the straw to break the camel’s back, so to speak, either Attorney Revelli or Attorney Luzzo
When it comes to divorce in Massachusetts, everything related to finances must be fully disclosed. This includes every single asset, purchased together or otherwise, as well as all accumulated debts. Each spouse is instructed to report known findings through a financial affidavit. It is against the law to purposely hide,
When it comes to divorcing and family law, things get complicated quickly. It’s essential to know your rights regarding your children. Presented here are some common myths every parent should be made aware of during divorce or custody proceedings. Myth: A parent’s failure to pay child support can result in
While divorce is prevalent across the country, each case is different. Real estate, business ownership, and significant financial interests can put you in high-asset divorce territory. Couples experiencing a high-asset divorce are prone to a number of common mistakes, all of which can be avoided. Like other marriages, high net
In the state of Massachusetts, a court granted annulment means your marriage never legally happened. Each state’s legislative code sets specific guidelines for what constitutes an annullable marriage. Contrary to popular belief, you can’t annul a marriage based on a short duration. Massachusetts outlines seven specific grounds for annulment. In
In most cases, child support ends when a child becomes a legal adult and reaches the “age of emancipation”—typically age 18. However, when a child requires support for a college education, child support mandates change.
Prenuptial agreements can seem like a real buzzkill for the blushing bride-to-be or grinning groom-to-be, but they can be a very important aspect of preparing for marriage.
While your pets may feel like members of the family, they are not treated as such when it comes to Massachusetts divorce law.
When divorce terms are first put into motion, they are created to have the most fair circumstances for both parties and any children that may be involved.
The major difference between a divorce and an annulment is that an annulment nullifies a marriage, whereas a divorce simply terminates it.
Child custody cases are often facilitated when both parents live in close proximity of each other and visitation is possible.
Getting a divorce when children are involved can lead to some difficult decisions.
Going through a divorce for the first time can be a difficult experience, but a second divorce should go along smoother, because you know what to expect, right?
It can be one of the toughest parental obligations to break it to your kids that their parents will no longer be living together.
Marital property is defined as the assets acquired during a marriage.
Getting a divorce can be an unpleasant experience, to say the least.
Filing for divorce once meant that one spouse had to have committed a wrongdoing against the other in order to be qualified for a divorce.
While divorce rates have risen over the last 50 years, another surprising change has occurred.