COVID-19 taught us all plenty of lessons and gave us some bitter pills to swallow. Just remember, if you’re considering getting a divorce or you’ve already filed, you’re not alone.
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While the basic child support obligation will make sure children’s regular, ongoing needs are met, parents are likely to encounter multiple other types of expenses as they raise their children.
When you ask the tough questions, create the right action steps, and achieve the goals, it becomes easier to move on after divorce.
Divorce in Massachusetts is complicated. MA follows equitable distribution rules, not community property rules. That means a division of assets will be equitable but not necessarily equal.
It can be challenging dating after divorce. You may be living on your own without kids and are clueless how to get started back into the dating game.
Amid the divorce horror stories that plaster grocery store tabloids and plague online news feeds with gritty details, a few glimmers of hope shine through: tales of healthy divorce where individuals make the careful choice to end their marriage gracefully and not spend years battling in court and ruining their lives.
To successfully modify a child custody order, a parent will usually need to demonstrate that they, the other parent, or their children have experienced a significant change in their circumstances.
Knowing when to start dating again can be tricky. Although these signs are helpful indicators that you’re ready to take the plunge into the dating world, there are no specific rules to tell you when you should start.
Mediation has the best chance of success when the divorce is uncontested or both parties are genuinely committed to working amicably toward an agreement on outstanding issues.
To protect your financial future after divorce, you must make the most of your income, understand your expenses, and tailor your portfolio to support your new life.