Post-Divorce Modifications in Massachusetts | What to Know

Our lives change drastically over time. We change jobs and houses- relationships begin and end. As a result, the arrangements we make at a certain point may not work years later. This is especially true when it comes to the arrangements made during a divorce, which is an especially transformative time. As a result, you can […]

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When Can I Stop Paying Child Support in Massachusetts?

Child support can be affected by many outside factors. Sometimes, a parent may believe they should not have to pay child support, while in other cases, children may want to be emancipated from their parent’s support. To learn more, reach out to our firm today and speak with our dedicated Massachusetts family law attorneys. What […]

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What You Need to Know About Child Custody in Massachusetts

A divorce can be very overwhelming but even more so because children are involved. Various factors come into play when deciding child custody arrangements, but the ultimate goal is to keep the child’s best interest in mind. Therefore, whether it is up to the parents to make custody arrangements, or if the court has to step […]

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Planning Summer Vacation While Co-Parenting in Massachusetts

School is almost out of session, and you are likely making plans for summer vacation. This can be a difficult process if you share custody, as you will have to ensure that you and your child’s other parent do not have any scheduling conflicts. One of the most important things to do is be communicative. […]

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Post-Judgment Modifications in Massachusetts | What to Know

When you get divorced, a number of important matters will be determined. This may include child support, spousal support, and child custody. But, as time goes by and your life changes, these arrangements may no longer work. In this case, you may need to request a modification. Read on to learn more about post-judgment modifications […]

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Child Support for Unmarried Parents in Massachusetts

If you and your child’s parent are not married and have decided to split up, you may be wondering how child support and child custody will work. Massachusetts has a system in place in order to make these arrangements. In order to determine child support, you must first establish paternity and arrange custody. Read on […]

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What to Know About Parental Alienation in Massachusetts

You have likely heard of parental alienation and did not realize that was the name of this behavior. Parental alienation refers to the tactic used to turn a child against their parent. This behavior can be extremely detrimental to a child’s well-being, so it is important to be aware of parental alienation, what it looks […]

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Grandparents’ Rights in Massachusetts | What to Know

If you are a grandparent, you know how important it is to spend time with your grandchildren. Unfortunately, in some cases, grandparents struggle to obtain visitation rights. This is especially difficult in the state of Massachusetts, which is fairly strict when it comes to grandparents’ rights. If you are a grandparent struggling with visitation, you […]

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What Expenses Are Covered by Child Support?

Parents have a legal responsibility to care for their children financially. As a result, child support is taken very seriously in the state of Massachusetts. If you are getting divorced, you likely have questions about child support, how it is determined, and what expenses will be covered. Read on to find out more. What are […]

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If I Lost My Job, Do I Have to Continue to Pay Child Support?

Child support is taken very seriously in the state of Massachusetts. It is carefully calculated and decided with the child’s best interest in mind. As a result, it is strictly enforced. If you pay child support and you have lost your job, you may be wondering whether you have to continue making payments. Read on […]

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Most Common Family Law Issues Over the Holidays

The holiday season is often complicated. It can be a wonderful time for families, and it can also be a difficult one. It is normal to struggle over the holidays. Read on to learn about the most common family law issues people grapple with during the holiday season. Rushed Proposals Many couples get engaged during […]

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Can I Modify Divorce Terms During The COVID-19 Pandemic?

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way many of us go about our lives, presenting a wide array of issues we never predicted. Unfortunately, among the groups affected by the COVID-19 pandemic are divorced couples and divorced co-parents. If you are someone who falls into either of those categories, you may find that the terms […]

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