Massachusetts parents like you want to provide the best for your child. This remains true even if you and your co-parent decide to get a divorce. Above all else, you want to ensure that your child remains happy, healthy and safe. Is there any way to ensure that this...
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Month: August 2020
Fear of injury and child custody
When it comes to establishing child custody, this is a particularly emotional facet of family law and some cases are very complex. For example, a child who has a mental illness or serious disability often has unique needs that require consideration during the custody...
Can you recognize parental alienation?
Children may become collateral damage during a Massachusetts divorce. If they feel caught between parents embroiled in a contentious uncoupling, they may suffer long-term psychological effects. In some cases, children become victims of parental alienation. This...