Every situation is different however, these are the three (3) of the most common warning signs couples report just before their spouse files for divorce. 1) One-way financial decisions If your spouse comes home with a BMW without consulting you, beware a divorce may be imminent. This is a common sign due to the fact that
Ask Amy and Catherine Free Divorce Advice Massachusetts Attorney Amy Saunders and Catherine Good provide free divorce advice to Massachusetts residents experiencing legal issues. We post all answers to a growing FAQ list. Attorney Amy Saunders, Esq. Legal Solutions 858 Washington Street Suite 103 Dedham, MA 02026 Office: 781-471-5055 51) Hello. I’m wondering if you can tell
So, you have filed your uncontested petition for divorce and you have been assigned a hearing date. But, unfortunately, you cannot attend the hearing. This is a brief guide on what you can do to avoid going to court for your own divorce. I generally encourage my clients to attend the divorce hearing–it just gives
by Attorney Amy Saunders If you are about to head into a any legal issues (especially divorce, child custody or other family issues) — you need to consider the potential ramifications that may result. The biggest hurdle, for most, is that Facebook is like owning a cell phone; we all have to be on Facebook
Insider’s Guide to Norfolk Probate and Family Court 35 Shawmut Road Canton MA by Amy Saunders This is a guide I provide to all of my clients that must appear at the Norfolk Probate and Family Court at 35 Shawmut Road in Canton, MA. Most clients arrive early – and find themselves waiting. The great
As a divorce lawyer, I can tell you that teens pose a unique problem in divorce. When a child becomes a teen then they have a say in the divorce and who they want to live with. In my experience, you really need to listen to your teen and take in their needs and desires.
by Attorney Amy Saunders To locate Massachusetts divorce records and divorce papers you will need to know which county the divorce took place, as well as the names of the parties involved. 1) The first step is to determine the county in Massachusetts where the divorce papers were filed — this is where the copies