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Tips for newly divorced parents for navigating child custody

When it comes to the end of a marriage, the number one concern of most Massachusetts parents is how their children will handle the divorce. No matter how amicable the situation may be, parents worry about how issues like child custody and new living arrangements may affect their kids. The good news is that, with some conscious effort, there are ways to minimize the negative effects and focus instead on working toward a future that's healthier and more stable for everyone involved.

Basic financial aspects to consider in a Massachusetts divorce

For many divorcing Massachusetts couples, the most stressful part of the end of a marriage isn't necessarily the emotional aspects, but rather, the financial ones. Divorce brings with it a number of financial matters that may, at first, seem overwhelming. However, with the guidance of a legal professional, these seemingly insurmountable issues are not just manageable -- they're the first step for many toward realizing a more positive future post-divorce.

Spousal support versus child support in Massachusetts divorces

For divorcing couples with children in Massachusetts, one confusing aspect might be that of alimony. Alimony, or spousal support, is a separate issue from child support. The two are treated differently by the courts and addressed in a different way when it comes to taxes.

Child custody: Helping a child deal with the news of divorce

The end of a marriage can be a stressful and daunting period for everyone involved. However, kids may have more difficulty dealing with the news of divorce, and parents might wish to shield them from unnecessary suffering, but they could be uncertain how to achieve this goal. Along with pursuing a child custody agreement with their needs in mind, parents in Massachusetts may also find it beneficial to consider how the situation might be affecting their kids, and take steps to help them through it.

Some of the "taxing" issues of a Massachusetts divorce

While tax season may feel a long way off, divorcing couples in Massachusetts might wish to start thinking about it now. With divorce comes a number of adjustments, and amongst those are major tax changes. To avoid hassle later, a divorcing or recently divorced individual will likely find it helpful to begin addressing these matters now.

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