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July 2017 Archives

Fighting for fathers' parenting rights in child custody cases

Whether there are children in the mix or not, divorce is usually a trying time. Divorcing fathers in Massachusetts and across the nation, though, face their own unique set of additional challenges when it comes to the issue of child custody. While the fight for equal parenting rights for fathers is gaining national attention, there is still a lot of work to be done.

Asset and property division: Closing joint bank accounts

While often the first step toward a brighter future, the actual divorce process can be quite stressful to get through. Not only is there the emotional side to deal with, but there are also practical aspects that need addressed, such as asset and property division. One of the first and most basic of these tasks is closing a joint bank account.

How spousal support, property division are determined in divorce

In what is considered a "traditional" marriage in Massachusetts, typically one spouse works while the other stays home to take care of the house and children, or perhaps one partner works full time and the other part time. What happens, then, when the couple -- in which each individual has a markedly different income level -- decides to divorce? How will property division and spousal support be determined?

Co-parenting in Massachusetts after a divorce

Parenting is difficult, no matter what. When parents divorce, it creates a whole new set of child-rearing challenges. Thankfully, for Massachusetts parents who are worried about how ending their marriage might affect their children, there are several ways moms and dads can co-parent effectively after divorce.

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