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McEvoy Stuntz


In March 2012, Massachusetts enacted a new alimony law (M.G.L. c. 208 Sections 48-55) that significantly
affects the duration of existing alimony orders as well as the entry of new alimony orders. Among the noteworthy
provisions of the new law are limits based on the length of marriage, cohabitation of a recipient spouse, and
exclusion of a payor spouse’s income, plus delineation of general term alimony, transitional alimony, reimbursement
alimony, and rehabilitative alimony.

Attorneys Geri McEvoy and Karen Stuntz are experienced in representing both recipient and payor spouses in
family law matters related to alimony and all aspects of divorce, modification, appeals, child custody and support,
guardianship, and more. Contact our office at 978.287.4440 or through our website to learn how McEvoy &
Stuntz, LLC, can help with your family law concerns.