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Child support enforcement may be necessary

As a family unit changes due to a divorce, child support may be considered if children are involved. In certain situations, meeting the financial demands of child support could be difficult. Unemployment, illness or injury can play a factor in missing payments. In other cases, a non-custodial parent may simply neglect the responsibility of financial support. If needed, garnishing the paying parent's wages can be a means of enforcement of a Massachusetts court-ordered child support arrangement.

Tax change will affect spousal support

Divorce can be messy for any Massachusetts couple.  The splitting of property, child custody, spousal support, deciding who gets the dog, etc., are all areas that must be addressed during a divorce. Throw in a tax change after decades with the same tax law, and another wrench is thrown into the whole process. Under the new tax laws, alimony agreements may become tougher for couples seeking to divorce.

Tax issues post-divorce include assets, spousal support and more

As many Massachusetts residents discover, the process of ending a marriage may be temporary, but taxes are forever. Divorce brings with it many financial adjustments, and tax changes are not the least of these, with implications lasting long after a divorce is finalized. There are four main areas that divorcing or recently divorced individuals will want to consider, including filing status, dependent deductions, asset transfers and spousal support.

Massachusetts divorce tips to benefit the entire family

The end of a marriage is no easy transition, even in cases when separation is clearly for the best. When kids are in the mix, divorce brings with it additional concerns as well, since factors like the ages of the children, personality, social-emotional development and more can all affect how kids process the change. However, are a few basic tips that can make the divorce process in Massachusetts easier for everyone involved.

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