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March 2019 Archives

Alimony an issue in gray divorces, particularly for women

The number of couples who are divorcing while in their 50s or even older is growing. For women who have not been in the workforce ever, or for a long time, divorce right before retirement years can be frightening. Some may think that they will have alimony to rely on, but the truth is, there is no guarantee that it will be offered or enough if it is. A lot of older women in Massachusetts and elsewhere who are recently divorced are finding themselves having to go to work just to make ends meet.

Are your parenting plans set for summer? Now is the time to check

Sharing custody of your children with your ex is not always the easiest thing to manage. Parenting plans are put in place with the hopes that they will be good long-term, but sometimes, they end up needing changing. With Massachusetts residents starting to get their summer plans in place, now would be a good time to re-evaluate current custody arrangements in order to make sure they align with expected schedule changes and family vacations.

Child support: The R. Kelly case

News about R. Kelly and his fight over his financial obligation to his kids is all over the internet right now. Regardless of whether Massachusetts residents are fans of this individual, there are a few things to be learned from his child support case. Those lessons are: fight for a fair agreement from the get-go, pay up in full and on time, and seek a modification if necessary.

How to know if divorce mediation is not the right choice

Numerous Massachusetts residents who are looking to end their marriages do not want to go to court. Divorce mediation may be a good fit for some couples and will allow them to keep their cases from going to trial, but it may not work out so well for others. How can one know if mediation is not the right choice?

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