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Webinar April 18th with Vicki L. Shemin and Jonathan E. Fields on Mediating Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements: Challenges and Opportunities

Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM Eastern (9:00 AM – 10:30 AM Pacific)   Vicki L. Shemin, J.D., LICSW and Jonathan E. Fields, J.D., will consider the unique opportunities presented to mediators when their clients are seeking a Prenuptial or Postnuptial Agreement. This webinar will offer practical advice within the context of…

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Jon Fields Joins MassBar Panel on Gray Divorce

Is alimony a possibility for clients who divorce after age 65? What are the issues in guardian initiated divorces? How to tackle Medicaid planning? These were some of the topics discussed at MassBar Educates Panel, “Gray Divorce: Representing the Elderly Divorce Client”. Jon fields joined elder law attorneys Steven Cohen and Patricia Keane Martin on…

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Jon Fields Profiled in Boston Business Journal

The Boston Business Journal reports that Jonathan Fields, partner at Fields and Dennis LLP, has been appointed as a member of the Massachusetts Trial Court’s Child Support Guidelines Task Force. The Task Force is responsible for conducting the quadrennial review of the guidelines required under federal law. A link to more info can be found…

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Divorced, But Still Living Together?

For most couples, divorce is emotionally, mentally, physically, and financially draining. All you want is to get away from your soon-to-be-ex-spouse…However, sometimes it doesn’t work out that way and that’s where a judge and the legal system come in. In this age of Internet rumors and urban legends, it’s hard to believe that some of…

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Premarital Counseling Predicts Divorce

The big “D” can now be predicted…in premarital counseling. Premarital counseling often occurs because the couple has to do it, or they want tips and advice for a healthy relationship. Either way, learning how a couple behaves can be a major indicator for divorce. The indicator everyone seems to know is Gottman’s 4 Horsemen of…

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Being OK with Yourself After Divorce

After divorce, women often find themselves on an emotional roller coaster. The relationship they thought was going to last forever has ended, and perhaps there are children involved. How should a woman cope with all this stress and then make good relationship decisions for her future? As many experts recommend, it comes down to finding…

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