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Another type of infidelity often cited in divorces

We've all likely heard the statistics and studies related to how cheating and infidelity can ruin a marriage. While catching a spouse with another man or woman can certainly be devastating and result in a quick divorce filing, there's another type of infidelity that is often more difficult to discover, but which may be just as damaging to the relationship between spouses.

Are you making excuses when you should be making plans to divorce?

Be it a relationship with a friend, co-worker, parent or sibling; every relationship has it's challenges that, at times, may leave one feelings as though he or she wants to throw in the towel. In most cases, the most-challenging relationship to maintain and sustain is the one between spouses.

Why are more older Americans divorcing?

A recent study helps disprove the notion that love is sweeter the second, or even third, time around. This at least, according to a recent study by the National Center for Family and Marriage Research, appears to be true when it comes to married couples in the U.S. who are age 50 and older.

Helping Massachusetts residents successfully navigate the divorce process

With nearly 50 percent of U.S. marriages ending in divorce, each year, thousands of Massachusetts families are impacted by the end of a marriage and the many and varied legal issues that come with it. From the division of marital assets and property to disputes over child custody and visitation, the divorce process can be challenging and leave an individual feeling both emotionally and financially drained.

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