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Financial, property division benefits of divorcing early in year

In the legal world, January and February are sometimes informally referred to as the "divorce months." The beginning of the year has statistically proven to be the most popular time for people to seek legal advice about divorce. While the commonly held beliefs are that many couples wait until after the holidays or want to start the new year fresh, there may be other financially sensible reasons behind the increase in divorce filings -- from property division to considering a move out of Massachusetts to a new state.

Visitation rights for unmarried fathers in Massachusetts

Massachusetts couples going through a divorce often place top priority on child custody and parenting schedules. Visitation and parenting time are always going to be important issues in any child custody dispute. How are parental rights affected, though, when the parents are involved in a child custody battle but were never married?

Contemplating a Massachusetts divorce? Top issues to consider

Every year, the month of January shows a noticeable spike in the number of couples who file for divorce. No matter how sure a resident of Massachusetts is that he or she is ready to divorce, this decision may be fraught with a number of concerns. Generally, though, the top three issues to concentrate on are spousal support, property division and child custody.

Financial aspects to consider before a Massachusetts divorce

Whether it is because couples had a stressful holiday season, or simply because people view the New Year as a chance to start fresh, January is the most common month to file for divorce. In fact, experts report a spike of up to 30% in the number of couples filing for divorce at the beginning of every year. Whatever the reason, there are a few things Massachusetts couples considering divorce may want to keep in mind to help the process go more smoothly.

Massachusetts child custody modification when situation improves

Change is a fact of life, whether for the worse, or, hopefully, for the better. Everyone makes mistakes, but with luck and hard work, many people learn from those mistakes and try to improve both as individuals and as parents. If a Massachusetts parent lost custody of his or her children but has since made positive life changes, there are options for child custody modification.

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