Bitcoins and Divorce in Massachusetts

More and more often, couples who are divorcing have assets in the form of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. This can pose an additional complexity when dividing assets, as many couples may be unsure of how their cryptocurrencies are valued and whether they are subject to division. If you have questions about dividing Bitcoin or another…

The Courts Are Closed to the Public

– Updated 4/28/2020 Per Order of the Supreme Judicial Court on April 1, 2020, courthouses will continue to be closed to the public  except to conduct emergency hearings that cannot be resolved virtually (i.e., by telephone, videoconference, email, or comparable means, or through the electronic filing system) until at least June 1st, 2020. Read the…

Paternity Issues and You

For both mothers and fathers in Massachusetts, particularly those who are not married, paternity is a big issue that, sometimes, requires the intervention of a court to resolve. At the Law Office of Heather M. Ward, our paternity attorney can help you to understand paternity issues and navigate any paternity issues that are affecting you…