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August 2018 Archives

The court's considerations when it comes to awarding alimony

After being married for a number of years, one member of a couple may have become used to a standard of living while staying home with the kids, among other reasons. If the marriage ends, that Massachusetts resident may not be able to support him or herself without help. This is where alimony comes into play.

Contracts need to include certain elements to remain valid

When entering into an agreement with another party, it should be in writing. That may seem like some of the most obvious advice when it comes to contracts, but some Massachusetts residents may understand why it may need to be said. Other basics that need to be included in order for a contract to remain valid are discussed below.

The types of defects seen in construction law matters

Massachusetts residents expect that their property is well built. When it becomes apparent that defects in a structure exist, most owners will turn to the builder for answers. However, different types of defects exist in construction law, and the defect may not be the responsibility of the builder.

Understanding what child custody means before negotiations begin

Massachusetts parents who face divorce usually want to shield their children from it as much as possible. The problem is that there is no way to do so completely. What parents can do is negotiate the best child custody agreement possible that helps the children transition into their new lifestyle.

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