Given that a Massachusetts divorce is a legal process, it makes obvious sense that the professional most closely relied upon by a client regarding all material aspects of a dissolution is a seasoned family law attorney.
The legal news magazine InsideCounsel recently shined a spotlight on one aspect of divorce that ranks supremely important to some soon-to-be exes, namely, tax implications that result from a dissolution.
Forbes divorce columnist Jeff Landers writes exclusively for women, that is, with a topical focus that slants in favor of divorcing females as opposed to their decoupling male partners.
When it comes to questionable or flatly ill-advised conduct that is potentially viewable to a vast audience via the realities of the Internet, "you can't bury it," states John Slowiaczek.
Mention the words "unallocated support" to a number of people who have gone through the divorce process, and you might be met with a stare of incomprehension.