Christine G. DeBernardis’s Guides

Christine G. DeBernardis

Middleton Child Custody Lawyer.

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  1. Social Media & Divorce - Don't Do it!

    Written by attorney Christine DeBernardis, 3 months ago.

    Whether you are simply contemplating the idea of divorce or in the middle of a full-on legal battle, your best bet with your social media accounts is to disconnect them. Turn them off. Shut them dow

  2. Kid’s Corner: The “Dont's”

    Written by attorney Christine DeBernardis, 5 months ago.

    In Part one, I told you that I’m not a therapist by any means, but here are my thoughts. If you are here reading this, you may be in a difficult situation at home. Take the time to breathe and think

  3. Kid’s Corner: The “Do’s”

    Written by attorney Christine DeBernardis, 5 months ago.

    This is part one of my advice for dealing with your children in divorce. I’m not a therapist by any means. I do have children of my own. I do help my clients deal with their children’s issues in the

  4. Massachusetts: Separate Support or Divorce?

    Written by attorney Christine DeBernardis, about 2 years ago.

    Actions for Separate Support and for Divorce are two very distinct options that are separate filings in the Probate & Family Court. It is important to understand the differences between the two options in order for you to make an informed decision for you and your family.

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  5. Massachusetts Divorce: How to Get Started & What to Consider

    Written by attorney Christine DeBernardis, about 4 years ago.

    Massachusetts Divorce: How to Get Started What to Consider A breakdown of a marriage or a separation of a family is often a devastating experience.Having knowledge of the process and knowing what to expect can make an already difficult situation easier. In Massachusetts, ther...

  6. Massachusetts: Shared Physical Custody; A Growing Trend

    Written by attorney Christine DeBernardis, about 4 years ago.

    Shared Physical Custody: A Growing Trend Years ago, when a couple parted ways, it was simply assumed that the children would live with their mother and have visitation with their father. Typically, the father's visitation with his children was for two weekends per month and if f...

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