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Prenuptial agreement may have sped up divorce for Miley Cyrus

When a married couple here in Massachusetts decides to get divorced, they likely know that it isn't a simple process, even in the best of circumstances. For people who are wealthy or famous, divorce can be even more difficult as both parties try to determine a fair settlement under the scrutiny of the public. One thing that can help make the entire matter easier is if the couple had a prenuptial agreement. In the case of pop star Miley Cyrus and her ex-husband, movie star Liam Hemsworth, their prenup may have helped their divorce happen much more quickly than if they hadn't had that legal documentation to begin with.

Chain-reaction crash results in fatal personal injury for toddler

Likely, most Massachusetts drivers are aware of the importance of following all the rules of the road when they are behind the wheel of a vehicle. Likewise, most drivers would probably agree that, at times, it can be challenging to pay attention to and strictly follow all the rules all the time, as sometimes, distractions can cause a person to overlook a crucial detail. Unfortunately, when this happens, a driver may end up causing personal injury, sometimes fatal, to a person or people nearby.

Retirement plans may need adjusting following divorce

Going through a divorce can naturally disrupt the financial plans of just about anyone in these circumstances. This means that these individuals must also make adjustments to their retirement plans, especially if they are drawing closer to their retirement years. Here are some tips for restarting the retirement planning process after a divorce in Massachusetts.

Sharing parenting time successfully during the holidays

Most Massachusetts divorced parents understand that everyone involved -- parents, children and even extended family -- must adjust to many new situations and "firsts" following the split. However, the holiday season is perhaps one of the more challenging times for ex-spouses wanting to share parenting time, especially if the divorce was finalized fairly recently. While tensions can run high at this time of year, divorced parents can increase the chances of everyone enjoying a harmonious and relaxing holiday if they follow a few tips.

Co-parenting after divorce when an ex-spouse is very difficult

While parents who part ways are ending their relationship with each other, likely most prefer, post-breakup, to find a way to co-parent the children that resulted from their union. As many Massachusetts residents know, co-parenting following divorce can be challenging, no matter the circumstances. An ex-spouse who is particularly difficult can make the experience that much harder. However, divorced parents who are dealing with a toxic ex-spouse are advised to commit themselves to always act in the best interests of the children and to maintain their personal integrity and sanity. People in this type of situation can also benefit from the following tips.

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