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How long will I have to pay alimony?

When it comes to divorce, each case is unique. For example, couples who do not have children may have a very different experience when compared to those with kids. However, alimony can be particularly challenging for couples, including those ordered to pay alimony and people who will receive payments as well. If you live in Boston, it is vital to understand how Massachusetts handles alimony and find answers to any questions you have, such as how long you will be obligated to make payments. 

Do grandparents have visitation rights?

When it comes to custody disputes and visitation rights, people often focus on a child's parents. However, legal matters concerning this aspect of family law can affect other people, such as grandparents. If you are a grandparent in Boston, or another part of Massachusetts, it is important to familiarize yourself with your rights if you believe that you have been wrongly denied access to your grandchild.  

2 men face charges over back child support

When non-custodial parents cannot pay the child support they owe, life may be challenging in many ways. Aside from sleep loss and significant anxiety, some people in this position may be dealing with financial hardships and depression. Moreover, they may be taken into custody and face steep fines due to falling behind on their child support obligations. In Boston, and cities all over Massachusetts, some who are unable to pay child support may be able to find some relief by modifying their child support order.

Authorities looking for mother over alleged custody interference

In a recent post, the topic of custody interference was addressed. For parents in Boston, Massachusetts, and across the nation, it is important to recognize that interfering with a custody order and other types of custody issues can have serious consequences for custodial parents, non-custodial parents and children. In order to reduce the likelihood of serious challenges, parents who are in the middle of a custody battle or any other legal matter involving their children should try to work toward an outcome that is positive for those involved, if possible.

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