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Q: How can i modify a restraing order?
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Wyckoff Nissenbaum answered on Jun 9, 2011

It is necessary to file a motion to modify the order.

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Q: Can I attach my ex husband's workers comp settlement for unpaid alimony?
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Wyckoff Nissenbaum answered on May 13, 2011

If your there is unpaid alimony, then you should file a complaint for contempt. The court can order that the settlement check be used for and past due alimony.

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Q: What is needed to be a guardian of a minor child in case of parental incapacity? Bio family is mentally ill/abusive.
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Wyckoff Nissenbaum answered on May 13, 2011

In order to be a guardian on a minor child it is necessary to file a Petition for Guardianship. If the bio family does not assent to the guardianship it will be necessary to prove that they are unfit.

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Q: GOING THROUGH A DIVORCE IN MA. WIFE HAS FLORIDA PROPERTY 45K OVER APPRAISED VALUE AND REFUSES TO LOWER PRICE. WHAT DOIDO
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Wyckoff Nissenbaum answered on Apr 29, 2011

You always have the option of getting your own appraisal. Contact a Massachusetts Divorce Lawyer for case specific information.

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Q: My ex hid all monies from self employment , we went to trial, did not even produce docs. Do I have recourse after trial
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Wyckoff Nissenbaum answered on Apr 29, 2011

If you believe that your spouse did not truthfully disclose his income and assets to the court at trial, then it was your job to prove otherwise. Your recourse after trial is to file a complaint for modification based on a material change in circumstances. The material change may be the difference... Read more »

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Q: Can I remove my divorce proceedings from Maine to Massachusetts? I have two minor children. No court order in ME yet
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Wyckoff Nissenbaum answered on Apr 29, 2011

In order to get divorced in Massachusetts the parties must satisfy the jurisdictional issues. Contact a Massachusetts attorney to discuss your specific situation.

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