Percentage-Based Alimony Awards

Posted in Blog, Miscellaneous by on October 23rd, 2017

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By: Attorney Muska Yousuf | Associate In 2011, the Alimony Reform Act was enacted and completely overhauled the way alimony is awarded in Massachusetts. Recently, three big cases went before the highest court in Massachusetts, the Supreme Judicial Court, to address important questions about the Alimony Reform Act. These cases are (1) Young v. Young, (2) Popp v. Popp, and (3) Van Arsdale v. Van Ar… Read More

The Devil is in the Details – Documents to collect when facing divorce

Posted in Blog, Miscellaneous by on February 6th, 2017

By: Attorney Jeffrey D. Kiesling | Associate If you believe that you may be facing divorce, you should secure all available financial documents. In most divorce cases the family’s finances are the primary focus of the divorce action because the parties want to know who gets what. The Court will rely on financial records as its basis for dividing the property, assets and liabilities of the marri… Read More

Obtaining Payment of a Judgment for Money Damages

Posted in Blog, Miscellaneous by on January 23rd, 2017

By: Attorney Dianna M. Williams| Associate A judgment represents the end of a court case. A valid judgment resolves all contested issues and terminates the lawsuit.  It states who wins the case and what remedies the winner is awarded, which typically includes money damages, injunctive relief, or both. The “winner” of the lawsuit is often referred to as the judgment creditor and the “lose… Read More

Massachusetts Probate Law: When a Loved One Passes Away With or Without a Will

Posted in Blog, Insurance, Miscellaneous by on June 2nd, 2015

Dianna M. Williams, Esq. | Associate Dealing with the death of a loved one is a tremendously hard, emotional experience.  Everything seems to happen very quickly and, in addition to grieving and making funeral or memorial service arrangements, the thought of going through your loved one’s possessions can be overwhelming. With hopes of making this experience a little more bearable, this article… Read More

Can Undocumented Immigrants Make A Claim After A Car Accident?

Posted in Blog, Miscellaneous by on May 7th, 2013

There are many provisions in place to assist someone who has been injured in a car accident, but what if the person injured is not in the country legally? Does that mean that the undocumented immigrant cannot receive the compensation necessary to cover medical expenses and property damage? If an undocumented immigrant is injured in a car accident, they are entitled to compensation for their dam… Read More

Reduce Risk of Car Accident During Stormy Winter Ahead

Posted in Miscellaneous by on January 4th, 2013

The Northeast was quite fortunate this past winter, as the weather conditions were exceptionally mild and dry. However, it is predicted that we will not be so lucky this time around. According to AccuWeather.com, winter 2012-2013 will produce several big storms for the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, one of which we experienced this past week. For snow lovers, the expected increase in snowfall is… Read More

Wynn & Wynn launches new website

Posted in Miscellaneous by on January 4th, 2013

Raynham and Hyannis, Massachusetts based law firm, Wynn & Wynn Attorneys P.C. is proud to release their new brand identity and website for www.wynnandwynn.com.  The newly designed website is built on a WordPress platform and has up to date information for all practices of law and the lawyers that handle the cases. The website design was completed by New England Publishing Group in partners… Read More