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Divorce

3 tips to help you prepare for your divorce

At the start of each new year, there are often many divorces. People want to have a fresh start, so it makes sense that January, and the months of late winter and early spring, are filled with people looking to divorce. Since the 1990s, divorce rates in Massachusetts...

Do I need a prenuptial agreement?

Becoming engaged and planning your wedding should be one of the happiest times of your lives. You are preparing to celebrate your love in front of all those close to you, and you get to look forward to spending the rest of your life with your partner and, perhaps,...

Do you need a prenuptial agreement?

Prenuptial agreements are not just for extremely wealthy people. Everyone who is planning to enters into a marriage should consider the value of having a prenuptial agreement.  Some people are reticent to discuss the topic with their fiancees simply because it...

Are you at risk for gray divorce?

According to some estimates, divorce among adults older than 50 has more than doubled in the United States over the past decade. What factors contribute to the significant increase in so-called gray divorces?  Review the common causes of gray divorce to learn more...

How to tell your kids about your divorce

When you married your spouse, you likely did not intend to eventually end your marriage, but divorce is a common experience for many couples. According to Time, after marriage, couples in the U.S. are 39% likely to eventually get divorced. No matter the situation,...

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