A recent Bloomberg article features a very simple and pointed headline aimed at the baby boomer demographic, namely, "How far does $1 million go in retirement?
On paper, divorce is the legal end to a marriage. However, when you look at the details of a divorce, you will find that it will touch many areas of your life that will outlast the legal process itself. According to PainDoctor.com, divorce is considered the second-most stressful event a person can go through in their lifetime, so it's important for you to seek the right help to potentially mitigate the adverse effects of the end of marriage.
We pose the following hypothetical -- which is certainly mirrored by reality in many Massachusetts marriages -- in an article on our family law website at the Law Offices of Lisa A. Ruggieri, P.C.
Massachusetts Family Law Attorney, Lisa A. Ruggieri, describes what you need to know under the new 2017 Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines.
If you've got family law-related matters to address, you likely also have questions.
We stress in today's blog post what might be reasonably termed as a slippery slope regarding paternity, which is often a fundamentally -- and sometimes, as noted below, contentious -- family law matter.
You probably remember reading picture books as a young child. You may have had story time before bed. You read books about characters that solved problems. You watched as they struggled and learned life lessons. While you read about these characters, you ultimately saw yourself. You used these characters to learn your own lessons. You may have channeled their strength to take on your own struggles.
The wording in the above headline for today's blog post certainly implies that things can spin out of control in a high-asset divorce, doesn't it?