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When it comes to child custody, what does physical custody mean?

After divorce or separation, it can be difficult to determine how great a role each parent will get to play in the lives of his or her children. For parents in Massachusetts and elsewhere, the topic of child custody can be quite contentious. This is especially true when trying to figure out how physical custody will be handled.

Massachusetts property division: Dealing with credit card debt

When discussing how to divide property in a divorce, most people talk about the house, sentimental items and bank accounts. The property division phase of the divorce process does not just deal with these assets, though. For divorcing couples in Massachusetts and elsewhere, what to do with credit card and any other debts must also be addressed.

What to do after being served divorce papers?

Whether one resides in Massachusetts or elsewhere, being served dissolution of marriage papers can be an emotional and trying experience. Some individuals may know it is coming and others may be blindsided. In either case, the steps taken after divorce papers are served can greatly affect one's final settlement and future financial standing.

Massachusetts child support enforcement: Criminal charges

A father in another state is in pretty hot water for his alleged failure to pay child support payments. This particular individual is now facing criminal charges which could result in prison time and hefty fines if he is convicted. As is true in Massachusetts, filing criminal charges is an enforcement option that may be utilized in the father's state. In the end, a non-custodial parent could find him or herself hurting personally and professionally.

Child custody needs are different for every family

There is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to custody situations. Every family has unique needs that will have to be addressed when determining or modifying child custody orders. For this reason, parents in Massachusetts have several options available to them when figuring out custody arrangements that will be in their best interests.

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