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Child Custody battle over a 5-year-old girl in Massachusetts

In Massachusetts, an agreement has been reached in a child custody battle of a 5-year-old girl. The girl had been in the middle of a child custody battle after her mother was murdered by her father. The father is now in prison, awaiting trial for the murder of his wife. The girl had been placed in foster care while the two families battled for child custody of the girl.

Mistakes people often make during a Massachusetts divorce

When couples decide it is time to get a divorce in Massachusetts, there are things they should be careful about when going through a divorce. Social media sites have become popular places for people to express their feelings and emotions to friends and families. The problem with social media is that information posted on social media sites are public and can be used as evidence against a person during a divorce.

Modification in child support help parents find jobs

When parents divorce, the end result is usually a formal division both parenting rights and responsibilities. The parent who does not retain primary physical custody is often tasked with providing financial support for his or her children through means of child support payments. However, if the aftermath of a turbulent economic recession, many Massachusetts parents find these payments difficult to bear, and are unaware that they can ask for a modification in their existing child support order.

Massachusetts child support guidelines viewed as extortion

Massachusetts child support guidelines have changed in recent years. Child support payments have been gradually increasing. Some people are arguing that there are really no justifications for the increases except that, when the cost of living increases, so does child support payments. They say that the current Massachusetts child support guidelines are flawed, and that the enforcement of these increases are based on personal incentives by government officials. The more child support people have to pay, the more money these agencies collect in their pockets.

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