5 Ways To Help Deal With Divorce

by: Candace McDuffie   Divorce is one of the most difficult and life-changing events that a person could ever experience. No matter which partner files first, the process is a painful one that frequently pits spouse against spouse and usually assets, property,...

The Best Interest of the Child

by: Kent Elliott I want to talk about what it means when we talk about the best interest of the child when considering custodial arrangements. Agonizing over the well-being of a child or children during the dissolution of a marriage or partnership is one of the...

Children of Divorce, Emotional Support, and Academic Performance

by: Kent Elliott In this blog, I’d like to expand on how the courts are handling things differently now than they did a generation ago. In light of how much easier it is to get divorced today than it was in the past, and how prevalent it is in our society, courts are...

4 Surprises About Massachusetts Divorce

by: Amanda J. Shuman, Esq. Published: December 12, 2017  Everyone has seen enough television and movies to think that they have a good grip of what divorce is. So the first step of any divorce case we take on is client education. From my experience, here are four...