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Should I Block my Spouse on Social Media During a Divorce?

Block my Spouse on Social Media

To preserve your privacy during a divorce, you may choose to unfriend, disconnect from, or block your spouse on social media. More importantly, you should tighten your privacy settings and not post anything on social media your spouse could use against you during the proceedings.  If you are going through a divorce or are preparing to file, talk with a Boston family…

Massachusetts Co-Parenting Guide

Massachusetts Co-Parenting Guide

After going through a separation or divorce, being a co-parent is especially challenging. If you had a high-conflict breakup, you can feel so frustrated, angry, and betrayed that you want as little contact with your ex as possible. Even if the relationship ended on relatively amicable terms, you’re facing a new parenting situation that includes visitation schedules, pick-ups and drop-offs, and some…

How to Negotiate a Divorce Settlement With a Narcissist

How To Negotiate A Divorce With A Narcissist

Negotiating a divorce settlement is often challenging. Lots of practical details and emotions can get in the way of resolving the big issues, like dividing property, alimony, child custody, and child support. The negotiation process becomes even more difficult when your soon-to-be ex-spouse is a narcissist. Narcissists typically demand attention and are often aggressive toward others. The need to domineer and be…

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…