While home DNA tests are legal in Massachusetts, they are not admissible in court. DNA testing is governed by Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 209C. The statute states that for a DNA test to be admissible in Court, it must be completed by a laboratory approved…

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Parents going through a divorce have a lot on their plate. They find themselves with additional responsibilities previously delegated to the other parent. One of these responsibilities is monitoring their child’s online activities. It is extremely time consuming and SocialShield advertises itself as a program…

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You have probably heard stories of how nasty spouses can be to each other during a divorce. Spouses frequently complain that their ex or soon-to-be ex is purposely trying to undermine them, control them, and make their life miserable. The following story is amongst the…

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In 1996, the federal government passed the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). DOMA bars the Federal Government’s recognition of same-sex marriages. Barack Obama has made it clear that he supports homosexuals right to fight openly in the military and their right to have civil-unions. He…

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Divorcing spouses should take heed that accessing the other spouses e-mail, Facebook, Twitter or other electronic accounts without their permission can lead to criminal prosecution. The Federal Government is actively pursuing e-mail hacking cases. During Sarah Palin’s 2008 vice-presidential run, David Kernell hacked into then…

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