Child custody issues in Massachusetts that tend to go to trial typically involve complex or contentious disputes where parents cannot reach an agreement through negotiation or mediation–often because there is no middle ground. Learn more about the reasons why these cases lead to trial.

  •  6/21/2024 12:02 AM

Understanding the interaction between restraining orders and divorce is crucial for those facing domestic violence. This blog explores how restraining orders impact child custody, visitation, and property division during divorce proceedings, emphasizing the importance of seeking legal guidance to navigate these complexities.

  •  5/27/2024 12:00 AM

Understand how supervised parenting time works in Massachusetts and discover helpful tips for navigating supervised parenting time to prioritize child welfare and wellbeing.

  •  5/3/2024 12:00 AM

Consider these 6 things when deciding if a trust or LLC is the best option for your vacation home.

  •  3/24/2024 12:00 AM

Learn more about the Massachusetts Parentage Act and what it means for LGBTQ+ families.

  •  2/15/2024 12:00 AM

Understand the new changes to the Massachusetts Estate Tax.

  •  1/16/2024 12:00 PM

Traveling without your kids is exciting, but it's important to prepare in advance for emergencies while you're away.

  •  8/31/2022 04:53 AM

Inheritances can negatively affect a person's eligibility for government benefits. Estate planning can help.

  •  7/14/2022 01:24 PM

Internet estate plans are alluring but pose huge risks to the unwary. Learn more about the pitfalls of internet estate plans.

  •  5/2/2022 09:26 AM

What you should know about working with Mulhall Withrow as your lifelong trusted advisors for family law and estate planning matters

  •  1/31/2022 07:43 AM

Pets are often considered part of the family. We want to see our pets cared for even in our absence. Do you have a pan for your pet in the event of your passing?

  •  10/11/2021 10:42 AM

Estate planning terms can seem confusing and even somewhat convoluted. Let's discuss the term specifically used to describe someone's "stuff," otherwise known as tangible personal property.

  •  9/27/2021 09:31 AM