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Carolyn Blake Dibbert

Medway Divorce / Separation Lawyer.

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  1. Massachusetts Family Law - Written Discovery 101

    Written by attorney Carolyn Dibbert, over 4 years ago.

    Mandatory exchange of "410" documents. Within 45 days after a divorce summons is served, parties must exchange documents under Massachusetts Supplemental Probate Court Rule 410. These documents incl

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  2. How to Prepare for Your Deposition - What You Need to Know

    Written by attorney Carolyn Dibbert, over 4 years ago.

    Be Familiar with the Characters. During a deposition, you will likely be in a law firm conference room with the attorney who noticed the deposition, attorney(s) representing any of the other parties.

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  3. How to Creatively Handle Divorce Agreement Disagreements in Massachusetts

    Written by attorney Carolyn Dibbert, over 4 years ago.

    Check your agreement for a dispute resolution clause. We always strongly encourage clients to think about mediation or arbitration of disputes related to items in their divorce agreement or to modifi

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  4. How to Determine Whether a Prenuptial Agreement is Right for You.

    Written by attorney Carolyn Dibbert, over 4 years ago.

    Group 1: Those Choosing to Leave the Workforce. It may be anticipated that you or your spouse will give up employment, education or career upon marriage. This decision may have been made for a numbe

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  5. Guide to Calculating Child Support in Massachusetts.

    Written by attorney Carolyn Dibbert, over 4 years ago.

    Access the Online Worksheet The Massachusetts Department of Revenue has an excellent worksheet, which will help you along the way. Access the worksheet here: http://www.dor.state.ma.us/apps/works

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  6. How to Prepare for a Massachusetts Divorce

    Written by attorney Carolyn Dibbert, over 4 years ago.

    Do Your Research - What is the Best Vehicle for you? The three main vehicles for divorce are litigation, mediation and collaborative law. Each comes with its unique set of advantages and drawbacks a

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