Alisha S. Tomasino’s Answers

Alisha S. Tomasino

Wellesley Hills Family Law Attorney.

Contributor Level 8
  1. I am seeking a divorce

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Howard M Lewis
    2. Joshua N Robbins
    3. Thomas J Callahan
    4. Alisha S. Tomasino
    5. Christopher W. Vaughn-Martel
    5 lawyer answers

    There are so many factors to consider in a divorce, including: how long you've been married, how many children you have, both of your contributions to the marriage (both financially and otherwise), education, health and employability, just to name a few. If you could provide more information, I'd be able to give you a clearer picture on what to expect in a divorce. Thank you and good luck! Alisha Tomasino 781-860-9500

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  2. How long will a divorce take in Norfolk County and can i stay in the house

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Howard M Lewis
    2. Philip W. Mason
    3. Alisha S. Tomasino
    3 lawyer answers

    A divorce can take anywhere from a couple of months (sometimes less), if it is uncontested and you and your spouse are able to come to an agreement on all issues, to over a year or more, if there are many disputed issues. Whether either of you is required to move out of the house depends on either (1) if he agrees to move out (or you agree to move out), or (2) if there is a basis for the Court to order either of you to move out of the house. The Court would order someone out of the house...

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  3. Divorce- If I live in Wellesley but move to Weston will that change where we file for divorce

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Howard M Lewis
    2. Philip W. Mason
    3. Alisha S. Tomasino
    3 lawyer answers

    It won't change where you file for divorce, since you have to file where you last lived together as husband and wife.

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  4. My husband violated his probation

    Answered almost 4 years ago.

    1. Howard M Lewis
    2. Alisha S. Tomasino
    3. Jessica Ann Foley
    4. Judith Michael Fouladi
    4 lawyer answers

    It is possible that the Court will revoke his probation and sentence him for the maximum of 5 years on the original charge. One important factor to consider will be the new charge- what is it and what are the potential consequences? Sometimes, the Court will run the sentences concurrently (at the same time).

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  5. Dropping Misdemeanor charges for keeping a disorderly house in Massachusetts and whether I need an attorney

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Philip W. Mason
    2. E. Alexandra Golden
    3. Benjamin Urbelis
    4. Jeffrey K. Varszegi
    5. Robert C. LeBrasseur
    6. ···
    7 lawyer answers

    Were you arrested or summonsed to court for a clerk's hearing? It is likely that you may even be able to keep the complaint from issuing (in other words, to keep your record entirely clear), at a clerk's hearing, depending on whether your background and the specifics of this case. If you were arrested, it is important to speak to the DA about what they are willing to do in an effort to help you in your future endeavors. Like the other lawyers who replied, I do suggest speaking to an...

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  6. What happend if you are being held after the 90 days is up on a section 58 A and you have not yet been back to court?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Terri D. Leary
    2. Alisha S. Tomasino
    3. Henry Lebensbaum
    3 lawyer answers

    According to G.L. ch. 276, s. 58A, the Commonwealth cannot detain you for a period exceeding the 90 days "without good cause" shown. This could mean so many things, depending on the circumstances, including whether release would jeopardize the safety of any person in the community. The Defendant should get some sort bail hearing. Are they being indicted? Why has there been such a delay? Does the Defendant have an attorney? What kind of record does this person have? I would suggest...

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  7. Massachusetts Probation Violation Hearing - Will the hearing judge be the judge who was the sentencing judge?

    Answered almost 4 years ago.

    1. Alisha S. Tomasino
    2. Jason Y. Chan
    3. Dominic L. Pang
    3 lawyer answers

    It is unlikely that you will be facing the same judge for the probation violation hearing, but possible. Judges often rotate on a schedule through the system. Who was your judge and when is the hearing? I would suggest consulting with an attorney on this. On a probation violation, you face the potential of your CWOF being revoked and a guilty being entered and/or a sentence being entered on the original charge. It is a really good idea to pay your costs and fees due prior to the hearing,...

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  8. Do out of state records show up on CORI check..?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Stephen P. Kelly
    2. Alisha S. Tomasino
    3. Keith G Langer
    4. Brian Paul Harney
    4 lawyer answers

    Oftentimes, criminal offenses, even if out of state will show up on your CORI. There are times that an OUI don't appear on the CORI, but would show up on your driving record. Some employers will check a variety of records. Good luck!

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  9. What to expect on last day?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Alisha S. Tomasino
    2. John E DeVito
    2 lawyer answers

    Given that you can't reach your PO, I would suggest stopping by the court to make sure you have complied with all the terms of your probation. If there are still portions of probation outstanding, you want to be sure that you comply with them to avoid a probation violation. Usually, however, the case closes at the end of probation, and by what you have written, you are probably all set.

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  10. If my husband wanted to adopt my children and thier father was no where to be found how would i go about this process?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Karla Mansur
    2. Alisha S. Tomasino
    3. Christopher W. Vaughn-Martel
    4. Valerie J. Semensi
    4 lawyer answers

    In order to adopt your children, you and your husband would first have to file for adoption in the Probate & Family Court. Upon filing, the Court will provide you with the written citation to be published in the newspaper. Publication is considered notice to your children's father. Good luck and if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me.

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