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June 2016 Archives

Avoiding unpleasant surprises with your parenting plan

There is no way to prepare for every obstacle and problem when it comes to raising kids. Parents know that every day is an opportunity for unexpected changes and challenges. Because of this, parents typically need to be flexible, patient and understanding.

What you should know about temporary support

If you are getting divorced, your status and circumstances won't just change overnight. There can be a significant chunk of time between the time divorce papers are filed and the day your divorce is finalized. This period of time can be quite lengthy in high-asset or high-profile divorces because there is often a considerable amount of complex details to resolve.

Modifications to child support orders can work both ways

Paying child support is not a one-time obligation. Parents will often have to comply with these orders for several years, which can be daunting. However, as time goes on, circumstances can change, making it appropriate to pursue a review of an existing child support order.

What can I do to protect my child from parental abduction?

You are not alone in your concern about your ex or current spouse taking your child away from you. In contentious divorces or child custody disputes, it is a common worry. There is a good reason for this concern as current estimates indicate that more than 200,000 families experience family abductions per year. Over the years, news outlets have helped shine a harsh light on the subject of family abductions. The increased awareness has resulted in greater prevention measures which any parent can accomplish.

Divorcing? What you need to know about Massachusetts alimony laws

In recent years, numerous states have considered and passed measures to update alimony laws to better reflect the reality of today's divorces. While decades ago, many women did not work outside the home and therefore relied on their husbands’ income, these days, it is more common for both spouses to earn incomes.

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