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Is Co-Parenting in Massachusetts with a Narcissistic Ex-Spouse Possible?

Co-parenting with a narcissistic ex-spouse can bring many challenges. Learn the eight ways to deal with a narcissistic ex when there are children involved.

Fort Lauderdale and Fort Pierce Complex Divorce Attorney

Fort Lauderdale and Fort Pierce Complex Divorce Attorney

Fort Lauderdale and Fort Pierce Complex Divorce Attorney

Fort Lauderdale and Fort Pierce Complex Divorce Attorney

Florida Child Support Modifications Most Likely to Be Expedited if Filed Through Private Law Firm

Florida Child Support Modifications Most Likely to Be Expedited if Filed Through Private Law Firm

Stay-at-Home Massachusetts Dads Deserve Alimony Too!

Men should seek alimony for the same reasons women in Massachusetts do.

6 Tips For Creating a Co-Parenting Agreement That Works For Everyone After a Massachusetts Divorce

Parenting time dividing tips that will keep you, your ex, and the kids happy after a divorce.

You Don't Have to Break the Bank to Get a Massachusetts Divorce!

You don't have to go it alone. Attorney Renee Lazar offers affordable and effective representation at reasonable cost.

Divorce From a Psychopath or Narcissist in Massachusetts is Never Easy

Divorce From a Psychopath or Narcissist in Massachusetts is Never Easy!

Uniformed Services Former Spouses Protection Act (USFSPA)

February 1983 was a pivotal month for the rights of a civilian spouse. A military family law case at that time established the Uniformed Services Former Spouses Protection Act (USFSPA) to support civilian spouses and their families. This act confirms that retirement pay is “empowered, but not required” to be marital property and therefore divisible by a divorce order.

Military Divorce: An Introduction

Going through a divorce with the military can introduce unique circumstances. To start, military divorce is not a legal term; it is simply a term to describe a divorce that has one or more of the litigants are in the military or retired from the military.

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