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Can You Appeal a Divorce?
Can You Appeal a Divorce?

Appealing a divorce isn’t impossible, but it’s very challenging. In order to accomplish this, a person must demonstrate that the law wasn’t upheld when the decision was made. A divorce appeal generally takes place when one former spouse can’t live with the results of the ...

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Blog Posts in 2019

  • What Custody Rights Do Fathers Have?

    If the father and mother of the child are married, the father automatically has custody rights to the child. However, the same is not true for a ...

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  • How Is Child Custody Determined in Same-Sex Divorce?

    In Massachusetts, same-sex divorce follows the same process as any other divorce, i.e. the couple must petition for divorce, attend mediation or court ...

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  • How to Adopt a Child You Currently Foster

    In Massachusetts, there are 8,700 children in foster care, the majority of whom will be reunited with their biological family at some point. ...

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  • What Legal Rights Do Grandparents Have?

    A grandparent has the potential to be a powerful force in a child’s life. They can form life-altering bonds with their grandchildren and teach them ...

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  • Equitable Distribution of Property in Massachusetts

    Massachusetts divides marital property in divorce under an “equitable distribution” standard. This means the court will approach property division ...

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  • Filing an Appeal for a Family Law Case: Unique Challenges & Complications

    Contrary to popular belief, filing an appeal is not as simple as getting a “redo” or “second chance” after a trial concludes. Instead, an appeal asks ...

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  • Does Adultery Impact Alimony in Massachusetts?

    If your marriage is headed toward divorce and adultery is a factor or the factor for the divorce, you may wonder if cheating impacts a spouse’s ...

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  • License Suspensions for Past-Due Child Support in Massachusetts

    Typically, non-custodial parents are aware that if they fall behind on child support, their local child support enforcement agency will eventually ...

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  • Attorney and Author Matthew P. Barach Discusses Complex Family Law Appellate Process at ABA Webinar

    Publishes New ABA Book, "The Family Law Guide to Appellate Practice" Well-known Massachusetts family lawyer and author Matthew P. Barach , will be the ...

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