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October 2013 Archives

Family legal dispute: how to avoid the courtroom

According to research, nearly 50 percent of marriages result in divorce. The gloomy statistics that reveal the truth about divorce extend to family life with a muddied outlook for children of divorce. Family life changes drastically for children in the event of a divorce, and that can have a major impact on the overall health of the children. Massachusetts residents with a family legal dispute, revolving around a potential divorce proceeding, can find relief.

Child custody can be smooth for Massachusetts divorcees

It's no secret; divorce is hard on both spouses and the children. Although custody issues can become quickly become complex, parents who are divorcing have options. Massachusetts parents can achieve a smooth child custody agreement in the midst of the emotional challenges during a divorce proceeding.

Paternity rights for unwed Massachusetts fathers

Marriage isn't everyone's cup of tea. Two people may be completely committed to each other, and very much in love, but be content to stay unmarried for various reasons. But how does the law view unwed fathers? Preserving their paternity rights is just one challenge in a line of legal issues that unwed fathers in Massachusetts face. Maneuvering the system of family law in the United States can often be treacherous without competent legal expertise.

Charlie Sheen receives modification of child support

Charlie Sheen has successfully received modification of child support after his ex-wife, Brooke Mueller, experienced a drug overdose earlier this year. In Massachusetts, an order for support is eligible for a modification review every three years, or when there is a significant change in the needs of the child/children or the noncustodial parent's income. In this case, modification of the child support for Charlie Sheen's twin sons was prompted by Brook Mueller's drug overdose and then perpetuated by her subsequent stay in a psychiatric facility.

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