Massachusetts alimony laws were significantly changed in March 2012. These changes are important to anyone who is getting divorced, and perhaps even to people who were previously divorced.
In Massachusetts, the Department of Children and Families (DCF) may become involved in your family. It is critical to have zealous advocacy at all stages of DCF involvement.
On January 1, 2009, the Massachusetts Trial Court announced new Child Support Guidelines. Since that time, Courts have made many important rulings regarding these Guidelines.
Many Massachusetts judges are moving towards awarding equal or comparable parenting time for both parents. For many mothers, this is unacceptable.
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We, at the Law Offices of Jennifer R. DeFeo, can help you prepare your Last Will and Testament, or probate the estate of a family member who is deceased, but did not leave a Will.