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Attorney William H. Mayer

Mayer, Antonellis, Jachowicz & Haranas
Experience:  40 Years
Area Served: Framingham and Boston Metrowest

439 Worcester Road
Framingham, MA, 01701


Attorney Message

My practice focuses on the representation of parties in divorce including the trial of cases involving asset division, alimony, child support, custody and removal matters. I also handle matters involving same sex marriages, paternity cases and issues arising out of cohabitation and appeals.

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Verification- Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts

  • Last verified: 2/18/2014
  • Current status is Active
  • This attorney has no record of public discipline.
  • This attorney has certified that he or she is covered by professional liability insurance.

 

Education

Suffolk University Law School, J.D., 1977
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 1974

Bar Admissions

Massachusetts, 1977

Professional Associations

Massachusetts Bar Association

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A:
All liabilities, including loans, will be either be divided or assigned to one party. The court considers a number of factors including the nature of the loan (i.e. whether it was a joint loan, or a loan used for joint or individual expenses). You will not necessarily be responsible for half of the loan.




A:
An action to anul a marriage can be brought in the probate court if the validity of a marriage is doubted. The statutory grounds include incest and bigamy, and do not include mistake, although you could obtain an annulment for fraud, impotency, duress or for other reasons. If the marriage is valid, then the remedy is to obtain a divorce.




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