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Prepare for divorce by organizing documents now

Massachusetts couples who have made the difficult decision to part ways may feel the road ahead seems daunting. Typically, the divorce process requires a certain amount of time, effort and stamina (and sometimes a great deal of all three), which can take a significant toll on the people involved -- emotionally, financially and even physically. People who are planning to get a divorce can help to reduce the impact on themselves and perhaps even achieve a positive outcome by taking steps to organize the necessary paperwork now.

Postnup provides financial parameters in the event of divorce

Most people, married or not, are familiar with the concept of a prenuptial agreement (or prenup). More and more couples in Massachusetts and elsewhere are choosing to prepare this type of legally-binding contract prior to their marriage in order to ensure a fair distribution of assets in the event the union ends in divorce. However, some couples may consider preparing a postnuptial (or postnup), a similar type of contract but one that is prepared during the marriage, often because of a change in circumstances that involves finance, such as buying into a business, starting a family or investing in real estate.

Driving allegedly texting causes fatal personal injury to cyclist

From the time texting became a commonly used method of communication, people have often heard warnings about the dangers of using a cellphone while operating a motor vehicle. Those who continue to do so not only risk the health and safety of themselves, passengers in their vehicle and other people on the road, but in most states, including Massachusetts, they are also breaking the law. Unfortunately, a recent incident resulted in the worst possible outcome when a woman who was allegedly texting while driving struck a family of cyclists, causing fatal personal injury to one of them.

Financial expert might make property division easier

The dissolution of a marriage in Massachusetts can no doubt take a toll on individuals both financially and emotionally. The financial aspect of the divorce process can especially be challenging to navigate for those who have a large amount of assets to distribute. However, a financial analyst may help to make the property division process more palatable from the start.

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