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December 2012 Archives

Hearing about divorce from parents, and Muppets

People in Massachusetts may have seen a recent article about a new Sesame Street episode that addresses the sensitive issue of explaining divorce to a child. In a new web series, beloved characters from the show explain how, because of a divorce, a child now has a home with mom and a separate home with dad.

After divorce, Massachusetts couples may still have to keep close

People in Massachusetts may have seen a recent New York Times article about the challenges of divorce, in particular the challenges divorcing couples face when they run a business together. It can be a tricky situation, but ex-spouses from mom and pop shops to major corporations have made it work.

Financial mistakes can make divorce much trickier

People in Massachusetts may have seen a recent article about the financial mistakes people can make during a break-up The article rightfully stresses the importance of taking financial decisions seriously before and during a divorce since these financial choices can affect people for the rest of their lives. In a divorce, knowledge is power, and the more people know about their situation and how they are likely to stand afterward the dust settles, the better off they will be.

TV star Mayim Bialik announces divorce in blog

Massachusetts residents may have read that earlier this month the 36-year old "The Big Bang Theory" actress Mayim Bialik announced that she will be divorcing her husband of nine years. She released her statement via a parenting blog to which she regularly contributes, wanting to break the news herself rather than see it become tabloid fodder.

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