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Child Support Modifications: Mediation or Litigation Options in MA

Divorce Mediation, Divorce Litigation, modification, child support

Thoughts of a change of child support orders usually arises when the current support order for food, shelter and clothing is not meeting the needs of the children. This could also occur when the payor believes the amount paid is in excess of the real costs or guidelines calculation, or there has been a change in income that prevents the payor from paying at the same level. 

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February 10, 2017 Allan Baron

Divorce- The interaction between child support and alimony

Divorce Litigation, Divorce

Divorce in Massachusetts- How child support and alimony interacts may affect your divorce settlement. 

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November 30, 2016 Allan and Amy Beth Baron

Divorce mediation versus divorce litigation- a man's view

Divorce Mediation, Divorce Litigation

It is agreed that men and women do not process information in the same way. With divorce being known to be one of the top stressors that people may experience in their lifetime, one wonders if men and women think alike when it comes to choosing divorce mediation as a method to move through divorce.  

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August 03, 2016 Allan and Amy Beth Baron

Your Three Options for Divorce in Massachusetts

Divorce Mediation, Divorce Litigation

You are thinking about divorce in Massachusetts. Before you jump, take the time to explore your options. Your family, sanity, and finances are at state, so choose carefully. Think about hiring a certified divorce financial analyst and decide whether traditional divorce litigation/representation, divorce mediation, or a collaborative divorce is the best option for you and your family. 

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July 13, 2016 Allan Baron

What to Do When You Have Been Served Divorce Papers

Divorce Litigation, Divorce

Being served with divorce papers in Massachusetts is a serious matter which should not be ignored.

The paperwork you receive might include a complaint for divorce, automatic restraining order, tracking sheet, summons, motion for temporary orders and notice of date for temporary orders to be heard and more.

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The Reasons Many Men in Massachusetts Opt for Divorce Mediation Over Traditional Litigation

Divorce Mediation, Divorce Litigation

It is agreed that men and women do not think alike on many topics. With divorce being known to be one of the top stressors that people may experience in their lifetime, one wonders if men and women think alike when it comes to choosing divorce mediation as a method to move through divorce.  

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April 22, 2016 Allan and Amy Beth Baron

5 Tips to Get You Through a Divorce

Divorce Mediation, Divorce Collaborative, Divorce Litigation

 
Divorce is known to be one of the tops stressors that people may experience in their lifetime. Going through a divorce can cause you to question each and every decision because after all, the decisions you make now will have long lasting effects. 

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January 19, 2016 Allan and Amy Beth Baron

Options for Modifying Child Support in MA

Divorce Mediation, Divorce Litigation, modification, child support

Frequently, modifications to child support are sought by either the party who is receiving the child support payments is not able to meet the food, shelter or clothing needs of the children or by the party paying the child support because they are no longer able to pay the child support amount originally ordered. 

If the now divorced couple does not agree that a modification to the child support payments should be made, then what can be done? 

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