In part 3 of our series on the 2017 Child Support Guidelines, we will be addressing child support...Read More
Category: Child Support
All parties to a divorce action in which there are minor children, are ordered to attend and participate in an approved Massachusetts Parent Education Program. This requirement applies to divorces brought under Ch. 208 §1 (fault...Read More
Many times a case gets dismissed for failure to provide adequate notice to the other party that a complaint has been filed. This is because the the other party has a right to be given notice of any actions taken against them or...Read More
My ex won’t pay child support. Can I refuse to let him see our daughter? Absolutely not! If you do it, you are in contempt. Child support and parenting time are two separate issues. If there is an order for support and an order...Read More
Do I have to pay child support without a court order? This is a question that I see often in my practice. The answer is two-fold: there’s the legal advice and the practical advice. Picture this: you and your partner have...Read More
Often things happen that makes a parent think that they are no longer required to pay child support. A daughter joins the military. A son drops out of college. A child graduates high school and is going to college part time and...Read More
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