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September 2017 Archives

Abusive spouses may manipulate court to get custody

In some divorces, the children end up in the middle of a power struggle. Parents who otherwise love their children lose sight of the positive qualities their co-parents have and focus instead on denying their ex-spouses custody just to get even or cause pain. In the best of these cases, the parents resolve their issues, and the children benefit from an arrangement of equal custody.

Keep driving privileges after OUI/DWI with Cinderella license

A drunk driving arrest is an incredibly stressful life experience. Not only must people deal with the potential legal outcome of their arrest and the related fines, but most go on to lose their driving privileges for a period. A Cinderella license could keep you behind the wheel even after an OUI/DWI arrest.

Driver might face drug crimes charges for THC tea mixture

Criminal charges can have a profound impact on people's lives. Many defendants in Massachusetts feel uncertain about their future when facing charges for alleged drug crimes, which can result in severe consequences if convicted. These concerns likely extend to an out-of-state man, who was recently arrested after police suspected that he was under the influence of an illegal drug while behind the wheel of a motor vehicle.

The school year, family law and co-parenting

School is back in session in much of the country now, including here in Leominster. As the kids get reacquainted with each other, acquainted with their teachers and familiar with what will be expected of them during the year, many parents are attempting to implement their school year co-parenting. When it comes to family law issues regarding the children, parents may need to take some time to make sure their plans will work and that both parents on the same page. 

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