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Massachusetts child custody modification is possible

Much of the time, the biggest concern for most divorcing parents is their children. Unfortunately, sometimes custody battles don't always work out as planned, and for whatever reason, one parent may not end up with the Massachusetts child custody arrangement he or she had hoped for. When this happens, it can be upsetting, heart-wrenching and agonizing.

Divorcing couples' options for Massachusetts property division

Once a Massachusetts couple begins to work through the emotional aspects of divorce, the major remaining issues are typically financial in nature. While it is sometimes difficult to calmly make logical decisions regarding things like asset and property division during such a stressful time, failure to do so can prove costly to all parties involved. Usually, one of the most difficult but most important and valuable assets to divide is the family home.

Numerous factors when planning child custody arrangements

For most divorcing Massachusetts parents, the issue that tends to be first and foremost on their minds is the children. One concern is how the divorce might affect them, but other issues involve who will have parenting time with the kids, and how often? Regardless of which child custody options are on the table -- true joint custody, joint custody with one parent given primary physical custody, or sole custody -- there are a lot of issues to consider.

Tax reform may affect spousal support payments

More than one sector of the economy could potentially be affected by a new tax plan. A proposed tax reform bill would affect alimony deductions. Some experts say that this will lead to reduced spousal support in the future. Residents of Massachusetts may be interested to learn more about how the tax bill may affect them. 

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