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  • Military Divorce Guide – A Comprehensive guide to military divorce and family law issues.
  • Marriage Counseling Guide – Online directory to help you find a marriage counselor in your area.
  • Divorce Lawyer Source – If divorce is the only alternative, find a Divorce Lawyer near you – Divorce Law, family law and child custody information and resource site.
  • Divorce Law Firms – Nationwide directory of lawyers where you can find a divorce lawyer by entering in your zip code.
  • Child Support Enforcement Division of the MA. Dept. of Revenue – For help obtaining or enforcing child and medical support for your children.
  • Health Law Advocates – Free legal assistance with questions about health insurance after divorce; income guidelines apply; no general legal services regarding divorce and family matters.
  • Legal Advocacy & Resource Center – Free legal information and referrals for free legal assistance (if eligible) and to private attorneys.
  • Mass. Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service – Referrals to attorneys statewide: help with obtaining reduced-fee arrangements.
  • National Lawyers Guild (617) 227-7008 – Referrals to attorneys statewide; help with obtaining reduced-fee arrangements.
  • “Lawyer for the Day” Programs – Help completing court paperwork and information on court procedures; contact your local Registry of Probate (under County Government listings in phone book “blue pages”, or ask at the Probate & Family Court) for availability and schedules.

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Health Insurance

  • The Office of the Attorney General in Massachusetts has collaborated with the Health Law Advocates, a public interest law firm of Health Care For All, in providing a guide to help understand your health insurance rights after a divorce or legal separation. Staying Healthy, A Guide to Keeping Health Insurance After Divorce is available at: or through Office of the Attorney General-MA.

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