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Top Tips for Successful Cohabitation
A few things to consider if you decide to live together. ... READ MORE

Do We Need a Cohabitation Agreement?
If you're in a serious, romantic relationship, but you're not married, can you plan for the legalities of a possible break up? ... READ MORE

Pros and Cons of Cohabitation
You and your partner have been very serious about each other for a while, but you have reservations about getting married. Consider the benefits and drawbacks of cohabitation before you make your decision. ... READ MORE

Do You Need a Lawyer to Write a Cohabitation Agreement?
For some, it's important to ask a professional for help with a living together agreement. ... READ MORE

Cohabitation Statistics and Trends Today
More unmarried couples are living together than ever before. This article provides an overview of cohabitation rates and legal developments recognizing cohabiting couples. ... READ MORE

What Is a Cohabitation Agreement?
What you need to know about cohabitation agreements. ... READ MORE

What Is Cohabitation?
The ins and outs of cohabitation. ... READ MORE

Premarital Cohabitation and Dividing Assets During Your Divorce
Premarital cohabitation is on the rise. Today, more couples than ever before are choosing to live together before marriage. Certain couples see real advantages to premarital cohabitation, but not every relationship or marriage ends in happily ever after. Cohabiting couples that eventually marry may face some unique issues if they end up in a divorce. ... READ MORE

Legal Documents for Cohabitating Partners
Marriage isn't for everyone. For some people, it isn't an option. If you're in a committed, long-term relationship, take steps to ensure both you and your partner's legal rights are honored. Make the following legal documents part of your portfolio to: Protect children Protect assets Protect your ... READ MORE

Living Together Wisely
You're not the marrying type, but you've found someone you want to live with. You're not alone. Millions of Americans are unmarried and live with partners. Before sharing a life and a home with someone, though, take some time to think matters through. Just a little communication and planning can make ... READ MORE

 

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Premarital Agreements – Before and After

Estate planning is not usually the first thing that comes to mind for those about to enter into a marriage, but planning out financial matters ahead of time can have a positive impact on a marriage. P ... Read more

Mediation Process in Child Custody

Moms, did you see your kids on Mother’s Day? Dads, will you see your kids on Father’s Day? What’s happening this summer? Getting the short end of the stick? Enforcing or modifying ti ... Read more

MEN: Here’s A Few Tips For Handling Your Finances During Divorce

Men who are going through a divorce might think they’re biased against in court, but fortunately, that’s not the case. There are many things you can do to help make this divorce go smoothl ... Read more

Moving with Children Post-Divorce in Massachusetts

Custody arrangements often necessitate parents living in relatively close proximity to each other to facilitate the back-and-forth nature of the physical custody schedule. However, personal situations ... Read more

Income Attribution in MA Child Support and Alimony Cases

In cases involving child support and alimony in Massachusetts, can a party be made accountable for the money he or she is not making? Child support and alimony orders can become a complicated matter i ... Read more

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