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Preparing for a divorce in Massachusetts

Considering a separation or divorce is an emotional time for anyone. However, when planning for divorce and preparing to find a Massachusetts lawyer, individuals might find it beneficial to try to detach themselves as much as possible emotionally and concentrate on the practical matters at hand. Any decisions during the process can and will affect all parties involved for the rest of their lives, so it may help to try to remain focused on facts, details and goals.

Holiday visitation planning important for Massachusetts families

The holiday season is here, and it's a time of year most everyone finds at least a bit hectic and stressful. For Massachusetts families trying to figure out child custody issues or visitation during the holidays, however, it can be especially challenging. Whether celebrating Thanksgiving, Chanukah, Christmas, New Year's Eve or other holidays, divorced or separated families can benefit from establishing a plan with clearly-defined visitation and parenting time for both mom AND dad.

Massachusetts parents benefit from legal counsel on child custody

Whether in Massachusetts or the world over, most parents have their child's best interests at heart. Often, parents who are cooperating responsibly to work out a schedule with shared parenting time or frequent visitation for the non-custodial parent feel they can figure things out for themselves. Many believe there is no need to seek legal counsel on the issue of child custody. Unfortunately, this is not typically the case.

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.

Legal advice may help in Massachusetts divorce property division

When deciding to divorce, most people are looking to start over, start fresh, and move on quickly. Few people's first thoughts during divorce proceedings are of property division, especially when they are investment properties. However, for divorcing couples in Massachusetts, or anywhere, really, it's important to take these factors into consideration early on so that the most desirable outcome can be achieved.

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