MA adopts the position that ALL assets of the parties (individual and marital) are put on the table for distribution at time of divorce. Many states honor “separate property” doctrine at time of divorce–that is property the parties’ owned before marriage or in their name only — but MA does not. 391 more words
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Facts: Mother and Father divorced in 2011. Their parenting plan provides that the children’s “uncovered reasonable and necessary medical expenses . . . will be paid by pro rata share in accordance with income[s].” According to the parenting plan, the pro rata share was 100% to Father and 0% to Mother. 348 more words
There is a lot of misinformation out there about Divorce. Online searches are no true replacement to good legal advice.
A cursory search of the internet revealed these commonly accepted pieces of internet advice that are dead wrong… 319 more words