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Alexander established a law office in Taunton in 1995, practicing law throughout Massachusetts with emphasis on Bristol and Plymouth counties.

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Attorney Nesson’s goal is to provide quality legal representation at reasonable and affordable rates. Hiring an attorney can be expensive, but Alexander Nesson will keep costs affordable. The initial half hour consultation is free.

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The Statute is under Mass. General Laws Ch. 208, Section 1A or Section 1B it allows the court to grant divorces for irretrievable breakdown in the marriage. It requires that the parties find that their marriage is over and there is no hope of reconciliation. If you do a “No Fault Divorce”, you can resolve […]

One of the disadvantages is that bankruptcy will impact your credit for some time. It may remain on your credit report for up to ten (1o) years. The advantages are that even though it will come on your record, the bankruptcy itself usually takes less than six (6) months. It allows you some freedom from […]

The Massachusetts SJC determined in 1998 that they were subject to a rule as a contract law and it has to be in writing. If the parties eventually marry, it is no longer valid and it would deal with post-nuptial agreements or therefore separation agreements. If children are involved, Cohabitation Agreements which were not dealt […]

In the appeals court in 2000 in Quinn vs. Quinn it was determined that parents may not bargain with the rights of their children without court approval. There is a joint petition which is under Supplemental Rule 412, which has a procedure for the judge to allow or reject reduce child support by parents after […]

If the parents are separated or divorce, the custodial parent is responsible for filling out the FAFSA or the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. The custodial parent for the purposes of federal student aid is the parent with whom you lived the most during the past 12 months. (The twelve-month period is the twelve-month […]

It is where the parent where the child that spends more than 50% of the time, not the custodial parent, or the parent who gets the tax deduction. It is not advisable to get creative with this because the colleges have seen it all and will know if you are lying on the financial aid […]

If you have filed for divorce, there is a box on the Complaint for Divorce where you can check and resume your former name and list your former name. If you filed the divorce, but not made that request, but has not been finalized, you can simply file a Motion on or before the date […]

It means that if the divorce is not final regarding that waiting period of 120 or 190 days, you cannot get remarried during that time until the divorce is actually final. A more practical impact for most people maybe the divorce date, it can impact health insurance, alimony, and other things that you may put […]