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Songs to Help You Cope with Divorce

Music is very powerful and during one of the hardest times in any family, it might make you feel less alone that perhaps someone out there understands what you’re going through. You Don’t Bring me Flowers – Barbara Streisand and Neil Diamond This song talks about the beginning of the end; when you realize that the other person no longer do those…

How Not to Act at a Restraining Order Hearing

Forced to Pay Child Support Even Though You’re Not The Father

The video above is about a father in Texas that later discovers that the baby he thought was his, turned out to be someone else’s.  However, the family court in Texas still required him to pay child support for that child. You think that can’t happen in a state like Massachusetts?  Well, you’re wrong. In Massachusetts, if a “father” is in a…

Moving a Child Out of State During Divorce

  The question I want to answer today is how to move a child out of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts if the other parent won’t allow it. So here’s the situation: You and the other parent have one or more children together. You either share physical or legal custody with the other parent or at least the other parent has visitation rights…

The Basics of Child Custody in Massachusetts – Video

This video explores the basics of how child custody works in Massachusetts. It explains the difference between physical custody and legal custody, joint and sole custody, and what typically works best.

How to Divorce an Out-of-Country Spouse

If you are living in Massachusetts and you are married to someone who lives outside of this country, can you get a divorce?  The short answer is yes. The requirement for getting a divorce in Massachusetts is that one of the parties to a divorce must have resided in the commonwealth for the past year. You go about the divorce process just…

How to Divorce an Out-of-State Spouse – Video

If you are living in Massachusetts and you are married to someone who doesn’t live in Massachusetts, can you get a divorce?  The short answer is yes. The requirement for getting a divorce in Massachusetts is that one of the parties to a divorce must have resided in the commonwealth for the past year. You go about the divorce process just as…