Technology That Helps Joint Custody Do you or someone you know have joint physical custody or visitations of a child? If you fall into this category, then you know that communication is important to joint physical custody. A misunderstanding as to the pickup time or…

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If you are preparing for your upcoming Massachusetts Family and Probate Court hearing, it is important to understand how to fill out a financial statement. The financial statement is a statement signed under the pains and penalties of perjury that lists a party’s’ income, assets…

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There is a growing and large group of activists called “intactivists” that are lobbying to end circumcision. The intactivists believe that circumcision is wrong and it is their mandate to protect generations of baby boys from the knife. The activists’ argue that circumcision has no…

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Grandparents relationships with their grandchildren vary. Some grandparents assist with the daycare of the grandchildren, some grandparents are 100% responsible for raising their grandchildren, some grandparents shower their grandchildren with presents and others only see their grandchildren on the holidays. This is not an exhaustive…

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The use of electronic correspondence is not new in divorce court. Parties have been using Facebook, MySpace and blog postings as evidence in Court to help support their positions. The following is a particularly spectacular story of how two spouses used Facebook as part of…

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