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Can parallel parenting serve your family?

As a divorcing parent, you will have to figure out how to best work toward cooperative parenting. Compared to sole custody, experts across the globe state that shared custody or cooperative parenting will benefit your child the most in the long term. But what can you...

Can you ask for spousal support in Massachusetts?

The court awards spousal support (alimony) during and after a divorce. In Massachusetts, judges often order one spouse to pay alimony until the other can become financially independent. Learn about spousal support if you live in Massachusetts and face a divorce. Types...

What makes parallel parenting different?

Some divorces end on amicable terms, but others represent the conclusion of a toxic relationship. In this instance, it is not uncommon for the ex-spouses to not be on friendly talking terms. However, if you and your ex-spouse have kids, it is likely that you will...

3 ways to financially prepare for divorce

The end of your marriage brings big changes to your life and finances. You may need to move. You will need to transition to a single-income household. You will divide your assets, including your savings and the investment you have made in your retirement. Because of...

Back child support could affect your passport

If you are a parent getting divorced, you need to think about various legal issues involving your children. In addition to child custody, many parents have to pay child support. If you have to make monthly child support payments and you fall behind, you could face...

How do you tell your kid about divorce?

When going through a divorce, it is often hard to decide when to take certain steps. This is especially true when you also have a child to consider. One of your biggest questions at the start likely involves breaking the news in the first place. When should you do it?...

What is “nesting?”

Often, one of the most excruciating parts of finalizing the post-divorce situation is figuring out living arrangements if you have children. It is highly likely that you and your ex-spouse will end up with joint custody of any children after your divorce finishes....

How can you opt for a more peaceful divorce?

To go through a divorce amicably may sound like a dream come true to some people. Lucky for you, it is a dream come true. If you want a seamless trip, however, Forbes has suggestions for how to stay peaceful. Do not lose sight of your goals If you and your spouse can...