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February 2017 Archives

Temporary child custody orders can help in child-centered divorce

Where January is often considered the peak time of year for unhappy couples to consult family law attorneys, statistics indicate that more couples in Massachusetts and across the nation actually file for divorce in March than during any other month. Regardless, for many separating parents, the most important aspect of a divorce is not the timing, but rather how it will affect their children. The good news is that, from child custody issues to exploring alternative dispute resolution options, there are ways parents can make their divorce as child-centered as possible.

Immediate considerations in a Massachusetts divorce

Divorce can be an emotionally tumultuous time. For Massachusetts couples facing divorce proceedings, it may feel as though everything is happening at once. Even just getting through the day can seem overwhelming. Here are a few tips to make the current transition easier and also help ensure that any decisions made today do not have negative long term effects.

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.

Shared child custody often best approach when possible

For many Massachusetts couples considering a divorce, the biggest issue they are faced is how their children will be affected. Child custody tends to be an area of concern for mothers and fathers as both are usually worried about the welfare of the child and about their own parenting time. Though it may be tempting to turn the issue into a battle, studies have shown that everyone comes out better off in the long term when a shared parenting system that works for everyone can be established.

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