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June 2018 Archives

Have questions about alimony?

When getting a divorce, it is normal to have questions. There is a lot at stake, and you just want to make sure you understand everything that is happening and are making the best decisions for you. One area of divorce that Massachusetts residents may have questions about is alimony. Who gets it and how much is not always cut and dry.

A woman's search for child support landed her in jail

There is nothing wrong with wanting to make sure one's children are provided for. Unfortunately, many custodial parents in Massachusetts and elsewhere find collecting child support to be much harder than it should be. Those ordered to pay may lack income or have a number of other reasons as they why they believe they shouldn't have to pay up. What can custodial parents do when child support is not being paid?

Modifying child custody plans: The Jolie-Pitt case

Parents in Massachusetts and elsewhere who are going through the divorce process may find figuring out what to do with the children harder than they expected. Child custody plans can help or hurt parental-child bonds. A prime example of this would be the Jolie-Pitt divorce case.

Does going the mediation route mean I don't get an attorney?

You and your spouse are getting ready to go through the divorce process in Massachusetts. You've heard about mediation through some friends and think it may be a good way to go, but you do have some concerns. One question that you have in particular is: Does going the mediation route mean I don't get an attorney?

Do child custody issues have to be addressed in court?

Massachusetts couples choose to end their marriages, partnerships, relationships or unions all the time. When children are involved, reaching agreeable child custody terms can be a bit of a challenge. When it is, some people may believe that the only way to resolve custody issues is by going to court. The truth is, that may not be necessary.

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