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Reviewing challenges that interfere with spousal support

During and after the divorce process, there are various challenges that can make life difficult, such as disagreements related to custody or the way that marital property is split up. However, spousal support can be challenging as well, especially if you run into financial hardships later on. Our law firm can understand the stress that you may be going through if you are not able to make your spousal support payments on time and the multitude of reasons why this problem can arise.

Tips for smart social media use amid divorce

If you are going through a Massachusetts divorce, you might be tempted to try your luck at online dating, or to meet people through other means and then share your adventures, and possibly, images, online. Until that divorce is finalized, however, you may be remiss to do so, as the things you do online can come back to haunt you in the courtroom. At Kajko, Weisman & Colasanti, LLP, we have a firm understanding of the ways your online actions can affect your divorce, and we have helped many clients navigate these and other complexities relating to their separations.

Back-to-school time and ending your marriage

For parents, the time of year when their children return to school can be challenging for different reasons. If you have a child who is getting ready for school start back up, you may be dealing with some of these hurdles yourself, such as buying school supplies, buying clothes, and trying to talk with your child about how their daily life will change. At Kajko, Weisman & Colasanti, our Massachusetts law firm also understands the ways that divorce can be particularly difficult for parents during this time of year.

Going through divorce during Independence Day

When the Fourth of July rolls around, many people look forward to family functions and firework displays. However, if you are in the middle of a divorce, this time of year can be particularly challenging for different reasons. At Kajko, Weisman & Colasanti, our firm understands the various ways that divorce can generate stress during the holiday for families across Massachusetts.

What are some examples of domestic violence?

Married couples decide to split up with each other for an array of reasons, from relocation to one party having an affair. In Boston, and cities all throughout Massachusetts, filing for divorce and splitting up with a spouse can be very difficult. However, some people end their marriage due to domestic violence and the process of divorce can be especially challenging for people who have found themselves in this position. If you think that you may be a victim of domestic violence, or believe you have been wrongly accused of this offense, it may be helpful to review some examples of domestic violence.

What is reimbursement alimony?

During the divorce process, a multitude of worries may arise. For example, you could have to deal with a child custody dispute, which can be especially draining. Or, perhaps you and your spouse disagree about how your marital property will be split up. However, alimony is another potentially contentious topic and it is important to understand what your obligations may be or the amount of alimony you can expect to receive. For example, if you are in Boston, and are ordered to pay reimbursement alimony, you should review how this matter is handled in Massachusetts.

Handling family law issues with PTSD

On this blog, many different topics related to divorce have been discussed, from the custody of children to the division of marital property. However, it is important to keep in mind that other matters, such as post-traumatic stress disorder, can affect a couple working through the divorce process. At Kajko, Weisman & Colasanti, our Massachusetts law firm understands how difficult divorce can be for couples who are dealing with a wide variety of challenges in Boston and across the state.

Does PTSD increase the likelihood of divorce?

On this legal blog, we have gone over various topics concerning divorce, from child support to alimony and custody. If you are thinking about splitting up with your marital partner, you may want to think about some of the unique aspects of your circumstances that could affect you throughout the divorce process, such as whether or not you have children. Furthermore, if you or your spouse have PTSD, you may want to keep this in mind throughout divorce.

Working through divorce as an immigrant

Any time a married couple decides to split up, moving forward can be daunting for both parties. Unfortunately, this is often especially true for immigrants, some of whom may be worried that they will no longer be able to remain in the country afterward. At Kajko, Weisman & Colasanti, our Massachusets law firm understands the different types of unique situations that people in Boston who are getting ready to file for a divorce may encounter.

Getting ready for the financial impact of divorce

If you are thinking about divorce, or are currently going through one, you may wonder how separating from your spouse could affect you. For example, it may change your ability to spend time with your child, or you may be looking for a new place to live in Boston, or some other part of Massachusetts. At Kajko, Weisman & Colasanti, we know that divorce can affect people financially in many ways.

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