NISSENBAUM’S STANDARD SET OF
SUMMARIES OF LAW - DIVORCE
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4.1 Conduct of the parties and their credibility is a relevant factor for the Court to consider in reaching its determination. Caldwell v. Caldwell, 17 Mass. App. Ct. 1032 (1984); Clarke v. Clarke, 3 Mass. App. Ct. 736 (1975).
4.2 Evasiveness or concealment by a party may justify inferences of fact that will support an equitable division. Amrhein v. Amrhein, 29 Mass. App. 336, 342 n.4 (1990); Grubert v. Grubert, 20 Mass. App. Ct. 811, 822 (1985).