Category Archives: Child Support

How to Help Your Children Adjust During a Divorce

By: Julia Rodgers Children who were born in a two-parent household, where both of their biological (or adoptive) parents were physically present, have formed an opinion about what they believe to be a solid family structure. This family model (that is now lodged in the mind of the child) is what they consider their support…
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If We Have Equal Custody Who Pays for Support?

By: Christina Pashou, Esq. Support Guidelines, shared physical custody means that the parenting time is approximately 50% / 50% between two parents. In Massachusetts, both parents have a duty to support their child(ren). Typically, only the noncustodial parent makes child support payments. However, if your parenting time results in an approximate 50% / 50% split, you may qualify for a different child…
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3 Ways to Help Your Children Emotionally During a Divorce

By: Julia Rodgers Children are remarkably resilient, and are able to cope with a divorce  when they are provided with the tools to do so. Helping your kids foster those coping skills is easier than you may think, and simply takes some time, effort, and follow through. Here are a few ways you can help…
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