Written by attorney Muska Yousuf | May 30, 2017

Alimony Laws in MA Could Change Forever

Last week, there was a hearing held by the Joint Committee on the Judiciary to review bill H. 740, “An Act reforming alimony in the Commonwealth,” intended to update the Massachusetts Alimony Reform Act (ARA). If passed, this bill will dramatically change the existing alimony laws in Massachusetts. To understand the bill’s repercussions, I will outline the general history of how alimony has been allocated in Massachusetts.

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If you have any questions about whether the Alimony Reform Act applies to your alimony arrangement, or you’d like to know how the H. 740 bill may relate to your case, please contact Attorney Yousuf and book a free consultation. She can be reached by email ([email protected]) or phone (508-356-6793).

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