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Tips on how to keep your divorce process in perspective

Divorce can be a uniquely trying process. Not only are you separating from your romantic partner, you are separating from your financial partner, your social partner and perhaps even your parenting partner. There are so many legitimate reasons why navigating your divorce may lead you to want to put your head in the sand. However, it is critically important for both your legal process and your future generally that you remain engaged and that you maintain perspective whenever possible.

Protecting your finances during divorce in 1, 2, 3

Divorce can be a very nerve-wracking and emotionally-draining time. Part of the reason for this could be because you sense that your financial well-being is at risk. To help ease your mind, here are three tips that can help you protect your finances while going through divorce.

Unique Massachusetts divorce bill about domestic violence

In our past post we shared some limited information about a noteworthy divorce law proposal in the state. A Republican lawmaker in Massachusetts presented the bill, but did so on behalf of a constituent. That constituent wrote the bill that has people not only her but across the country talking.

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