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Moving to another state with a child

If you are in the middle of a contentious divorce or recently separated from your child's other parent, you may be facing a variety of challenges. However, those which involve the custody of your child can be particularly emotional and it is important for you to work toward an outcome that serves his or her best interests. At Kajko, Weisman & Colasanti, LLP, we are very familiar with the hardships that children may encounter when their parents are struggling with legal issues related to child custody and other aspects of family law in Boston, and throughout Massachusetts.

What is supervised visitation?

If you have recently split up with your child's other parent, you may be working through many issues, such as child support payments and depression. However, child custody and visitation can have a tremendous impact on your child as well as each parent. In Boston, Massachusetts, it is crucial for you to make your child's best interests a top priority. Sometimes, supervised visitation may be preferable.

Modifying a child support order in Massachusetts

In Massachusetts, parents choose to modify their child support orders for a variety of reasons. For example, a non-custodial parent may wish to modify his or her child support order to reduce the amount they owe because their work hours were cut and they are earning a considerably smaller income. On the other hand, a custodial parent may wish to receive more child support because their child's other parent started earning substantially more. In Boston, and across the state, it is essential for parents to understand their rights and approach child support modification properly.

Deployment and child support matters

At Kajko, Weisman & Colasanti, we know that deployment often affects families in a variety of ways. For example, children may not be able to spend time with their parents, which can make daily life even more challenging for military members. Furthermore, deployment can also result in legal issues concerning child support. If you are in the military, or the other parent of your child serves in the armed forces, deployment may have a significant impact on the child support you are required to pay or able to receive whether you live in Boston, Massachusetts, or anywhere else in the nation.

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