Support issues are difficult enough when the parties are solvent, but what happens when one of the spouses goes through bankruptcy?
Although you can't predict what will happen in custody cases, the drafting of comprehensive agreements that address common problems that arise in joint legal and physical custody situations may alleviate future problems.
Divorce is hard for almost all children. It can be traumatic and confusing in even the best of circumstances. But for children with special needs, a divorce in can be even more difficult. And for the parents of special needs children, divorce requires strategizing to make sure that arrangements are made to adequately address the children's ongoing and future physical, emotional, and financial needs.
For parties with children going through a separation whether they are married or not in Massachusetts, there are many things to keep in mind when preparing a parenting plan for their children. Here are a few things to consider:
Divorce expenses can soar, especially when spouses start suspecting each other of hiding property. Consider what happens when wives or husbands hire private investigators to track down assets concealed by their future exes. Fees to find those hidden assets can add up to many thousands of dollars.