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Getting a divorce? Things to think about

Divorce is rarely, if ever, an easy thing to go through. Unfortunately, divorce is something that is said to affect nearly half of all married couples. Those in Massachusetts and elsewhere who are considering or already in the process of dissolving their marriages will have a lot of things to think about and take care of before their cases can be completed.

Divorce and dealing with a shared mortgage or other loans

Many couples in Massachusetts who are considering or working through divorces share quite a bit of property -- such as marital homes and cars. When getting a divorce, certain steps may need to be taken in order prevent any issues with a mortgage or other loans when all is said and done. If not handled appropriately, some may find they are still responsible for payments, even if they did not receive the property in their divorce settlements.

Should you wait until after the holidays to file for divorce?

For couples in Massachusetts whose marriages are falling apart, trying to decide when to end their relationships can, understandably, be difficult. This is particularly true during the holiday season. During a time that is supposed to be about joy and family, talking about divorce can be sad and stressful -- something most people do not want to deal with at this time of year.

Get help resolving property division disagreements

The process of dividing property during a divorce can seem almost impossible for some couples in Massachusetts. Property division is considered to be one of the toughest parts of the divorce process, unless -- of course -- children are involved. Those who are struggling to come to fair settlements can seek legal assistance to help resolve the matter.

Communicating parenting time and custody issues can be difficult

Co-parenting after a divorce is not necessarily easy. There are those couples who can handle it gracefully and are able to communicate without issue or argument, but there are also those who, no matter how nice they try to be, always end up fighting. No one wants to spend years of their life fighting with an ex-spouse about their children. To help prevent conflict, parents in Massachusetts or elsewhere can have specific instructions included in custody orders about how to communicate with regard to parenting time or custody issues.

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