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4 Ways Social Media Can Influence Child Support

How Social Media Can Influence Child Support Orders

Whether you and your spouse are divorcing, or you were never married, one of you may be required to pay child support to the other. You and your child’s other parent can agree to a certain amount of support, or the judge will determine who should pay child support and how much. When the child support decision is left up to the…

How Are College Expenses Handled in a Massachusetts Divorce?

How College Expenses Are Handled In A Massachusetts Divorce

When you are going through a divorce, there’s a lot to prepare for financially. You have to reconfigure your budget and long-term savings plan. You also must consider how you and your ex-spouse will pay for your children to go to college—or at least help them out. If your children are interested in pursuing higher education soon, be sure to discuss college…

7 Divorce Mediation Tips in Boston

7 Tips for Going Through Divorce Mediation in Boston

When going through a divorce in Boston, you and your spouse may request to go through mediation. When divorcing spouses make decisions through mediation, it conserves court resources. However, mediation is not necessarily an easier process than letting a judge make major decisions, including what constitutes the marital and separate property, the division of assets and debts, alimony, child custody, and child…

Every State’s Most Googled Divorce Searches

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Whether they’re considering the idea, have concluded that they want one, or been served with an unexpected petition, people across the U.S. have been turning to Google for information about divorce. What’s especially interesting is that the divorce topics being Googled vary in popularity from one state to the next. For example, in Arkansas, ‘free divorce’ was the top search term while…

Divorcing Someone with a Mental Illness

Divorcing Someone with Mental Illness

Going through a divorce is a difficult process, yet it can become even more complicated if your spouse suffers from an undiagnosed or severe mental illness that impacts their reasoning, temperament, or capabilities. If you believe your husband or wife’s condition may affect the divorce proceedings, you should contact Boston divorce lawyer to guide you through the process and protect your rights….