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How can I cope with a difficult spouse during a divorce?

Sometimes you get lucky and your Massachusetts divorce goes smoothly and quickly. You and your spouse agree easily and there is no fighting. However, that is not always the norm. Often, you will end up dealing with a spouse who is difficult. He or she may not agree to anything you want or may seem to fight you at every turn. This can make for a difficult divorce.

Looking at the bright side of divorce

Often, when people think about or discuss divorce, negativity is associated with their thoughts and comments. While divorce can certainly be difficult, especially for those who are unable to secure an outcome in their favor, there may be benefits associated with the divorce process for certain people as well. For example, someone in an abusive relationship might be able to find peace and safety, while someone who simply was not happy in the marriage might feel a sense of freedom.

Child support and various college issues

On this blog, many child support matters have been looked over, such as the penalties for falling behind and ways to make payments more manageable. However, there are other topics that may be especially relevant to you, depending on the details of your life or your child's life. For example, college could have an impact on your child support payments in various ways. It is essential to look at your situation from an individualized standpoint and at Kajko, Weisman & Colasanti, our law office knows how critical it is for you to focus on any unique aspects of your case.

Can visitation be adjusted for extracurricular activities?

It can be very difficult to manage the children's schedules when you are divorced and trying to maintain visitation in Massachusetts. Things can get even trickier once extracurricular activities come into play. Dealing with busy schedules can affect your normal visitation, but to ensure your children can participate in the activities they enjoy, you must find a way to manage. 

How can you make the holidays easier after divorce?

You probably had to deal with a lot of issues after your Massachusetts divorce when it came to helping the kids adjust. Depending on their ages, your children may not have understood what was happening or they may have been quite upset. In time, they may have adjusted, but then along come the holidays. Getting through the first holiday season after a divorce can be tough, but there are things you can do to make it easier.

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