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Support may continue for a child who has attained age eighteen but who has not attained age twenty-one and who is domiciled in the home of a parent, and is principally dependent upon said parent for maintenance.The court may make appropriate orders of maintenance, support and education for any child who has attained age twenty-one but who has not attained age twenty-three, if such child is domiciled in the home of a parent, and is principally dependent upon said parent for maintenance due to the enrollment of such child in an educational program, excluding educational costs beyond an undergraduate degree.
The court may revise and alter such judgment or make a new order or judgment as the circumstances of the parents or the benefit of the children may require.
[Based on the General Laws of Massachusetts Chapter 208-34] Custody may be awarded to either parent, and there shall be no presumption either in favor of or against shared legal or physical custody.
When considering the happiness and welfare of the child, the court shall consider whether or not the child’s present or past living conditions adversely affect his physical, mental, moral or emotional health.
[Based on the General Laws of Massachusetts Chapter 208-28] At any time before marriage, the parties may make a written contract providing that, after the marriage is solemnized, the whole or any designated part of the real or personal property or any right of action, of which either party may be seized or possessed at the time of the marriage, shall remain or become the property of the husband or wife, according to the terms of the contract.
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In fixing the nature and value of the property to be so assigned, the court shall also consider the present and future needs of the dependent children of the marriage.