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April 2015 Archives

What are the guidelines for property division in Massachusetts?

Dissolving a marriage is rarely an easy or quick process to complete. There are a lot of things to consider -- often more than most think of right off the bat. While working through it all, it is common to have numerous questions that need answering before any final decisions can be made. This is particularly true when discussing property division.

Domestic violence is not always about physical abuse

Unfortunately, there are many men and women in abusive relationships, here in Massachusetts and across the country. When thinking about domestic violence situations, most tend to consider the physical side of abuse; however, not all abusive relationships have a physical component. There are multiple ways an abuser may choose to exhibit his or her power and control. Those experiencing any form of domestic violence need to know that they are not alone and help is available.

Divorce is sometimes the best option and that's okay

The decision to end a marriage is not something that is generally made in a quick instant. The choice to divorce is usually mulled over and only considered as a last resort. Many couples, whether they live in Massachusetts or elsewhere, will work to save their marriage but, sometimes, to no avail. Divorce may end up being the best option, and that is okay.

Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines and overtime pay rules

As many families are struggling on the economic home front, it is not uncommon for working parents to pick up overtime shifts -- or even a second job -- in order to help their fiscal situations. This is particularly true for those who are ordered to pay child support, either after a divorce or for children conceived out of wedlock, as support payments can take a good chunk of their monthly income. Numerous Massachusetts parents may wonder, though, if taking on overtime or a second job is really going to help their personal financial state or just increase the amount they owe in support payments. To help answer that question, this week's post will look at what the Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines say about overtime pay.

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