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November 2017 Archives

What is the Treasury Offset Program?

When it comes to child support and other aspects of family law, there are many consequences associated with failing to fulfill one's obligations. Moreover, some people may not realize how certain laws and programs, such as the Treasury Offset Program, can upend their lives if they fall behind on child support or even spousal support duties. Unfortunately, falling behind on these obligations can lead to a series of financial difficulties and other problems that may have a significant impact on one's life.

Should I worry about identity theft after divorce?

Various concerns may arise after ending a marriage, whether they involve childcare responsibilities or marital property. Having said that, those which are financial in nature can be especially difficult, from spousal support responsibilities to child support. Furthermore, some people may fall victim to identity theft at the hands of their former spouse, who may have access to accounts or key details about a person’s identity. If you are concerned about your former spouse stealing your identity, whether you have already divorced or are in the early phases of the process, it is vital to protect yourself.

Child support for children over age 18

It is somewhat of a myth that when a person has a child, the obligation to raise that child only lasts until he or she is 18 years old. Most parents in Massachusetts would agree this is entirely false. Many parents take care of their children, financially, long after they turn 18. With that in mind, the state has set guidelines for child support beyond this age. 

What should you do with marriage mementos after a divorce?

After a divorce in Massachusetts, you may feel like everything is done and finished, but there are loose ends to tie up. One thing you may need to deal with are mementos from your wedding. In a high asset divorce situation, you may have handled some of the more expensive items, such as the rings and major wedding gifts, but there are still the sentimental things you have to deal with. Should you throw them out?

Unique divorce challenges facing military families

Family law cases can be complex for an assortment of reasons, but they can be even more complicated for certain people. For example, those who are in the military or have a spouse who is serving may face additional challenges as they try to navigate through the divorce process. Our law firm is sensitive to these difficulties and we understand the stress you may be trying to work through if you are in this position yourself.

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