Divorce and Family Law Blog

Are You Thinking About Getting Divorced? What about a “Sleep Divorce?” 

      Are you going through a rough patch in your marriage and considering a divorce? It’s possible that you might be able to get a “sleep divorce.” Jacqueline Newman, matrimonial attorney and author of The New Rules of Divorce: 12 Secrets to Protecting Your Wealth, Health, and Happiness, has written about how some couples…

What a Parenting Coordinator Can Do For You That a Judge Can’t

by Attorney Talia Simonds What a Parenting Coordinator Can Do For You That a Judge Can’t Parenting Coordinators are becoming increasingly popular for divorced or separated co-parents.  A Parenting Coordinator is a family law attorney or mental health professional who works divorced and separated parents to “referee” disputes about custody and co-parenting.  In most cases,…

Cryptocurrency and Divorce

by Attorney Talia Simonds In Massachusetts, the Probate and Family Court requires spouses to make a full financial disclosure in a divorce in order for the divorce to be granted.  That is accomplished through exchanging Rule 401 Financial Statements, exchanging Rule 410 financial disclosure, and conducting discovery through  interrogatories, requests for production of documents, and…