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Hostile behavior, not the divorce itself, linked to illness

As is often the case, the details can make all the difference. A newly released study linking psychological stress during childhood to illness may have some divorcing Massachusetts parents in a panic. The key, however, seems to be whether the divorce was cooperative or non-cooperative.

No such thing as too much information in a Massachusetts divorce

There is never such a thing as having too much information. From choices as small as which product to purchase to those as large as ending a marriage, the more Massachusetts individuals educate themselves, the more prepared they will be to make informed and rational decisions. When it comes to such complex issues as divorce, the more facts someone has, the better.

Massachusetts couples may want to consider collaborative divorce

For Massachusetts individuals considering ending their marriages, there are about as many different approaches as there are couples. Just like every marriage is different, so is every divorce. Many families, though, are choosing to explore a newer option known as collaborate divorce.

Property division options to consider in a Massachusetts divorce

Divorce is, without question, stressful and emotional. It may be difficult for individuals to think clearly and make sound decisions in regard to their financial futures. However, it's important to be aware of all options when it comes to property division in Massachusetts so that the right choices can be made for the short and long term.

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.

Deciding whether to sell your Massachusetts home after divorce

For divorcing Massachusetts couples, deciding what to do with the family home may be one of the biggest decisions they face. Determining property division during a divorce must be weighed carefully before choosing an option that could be financially harmful to one or both parties in the future. There are many legal issues to consider and pros and cons that go along with each.

Lowering credit scores is a form of child support enforcement

As a parent, when money is tight, it is not always easy to pay for everything children need. This is especially true for non-custodial parents who are required to pay for their children, while trying to meet their own personal needs. However, making continued payments is important, as the potential enforcement options that can be utilized to collect from non-custodial parents residing in Massachusetts and elsewhere can be financially devastating.

How does divorce affect Social Security benefits?

Unless one is nearing the age to collect, Social Security benefits may not be a huge concern. However, for those couples in Massachusetts who are considering divorce, thinking about Social Security matters, as it can have a big impact on future finances. So, how does divorce affect Social Security?

Massachusetts property division: fighting over pets in divorce

There are numerous couples in Massachusetts who enjoy joint pet ownership. Unfortunately, when divorce enters into the picture, deciding what to do with an animal can cause quite a few problems. In fact, fighting over pets is actually a fairly common theme in divorce cases.

How long might a divorce take to complete?

When going through the divorce process, it is understandable that each spouse may want to get it over with as swiftly and smoothly as possible. The truth of the matter is that every divorce is different. Some couples in Massachusetts and elsewhere may be able to get through divorce rather quickly, while other couples may find that the process takes a substantial amount of time to complete.

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