Ruling Gives Guidance on Alimony Extensions

December 8, 2016 Media Mentions

Robert Langlois is quoted extensively in a December 8, 2016 Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly article entitled "Ruling Gives Guidance on Alimony Extensions." In the article, a retired justice of the Middlesex and Norfolk Probate & Family courts, comments extensively on the Alimony Reform Act and how a recent ruling by the Supreme Judicial Court will impact it.

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