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December 2015 Archives

Will 2016 be the year you finally file for divorce?

This Thursday, residents throughout Massachusetts will be among the millions to ring in the New Year and say goodbye to 2015. The start of a new year is often associated with new beginnings and the chance to change unhealthy behaviors and start fresh. For an individual who feels trapped in an unhappy marriage, the start of a new year may seem like the perfect time to file for divorce.

Divorce and when one spouse is at an economic disadvantage

In addition to child custody, matters related to finances are often a top priority for individuals who are going through a divorce. Fears about one’s standard of living diminishing significantly are often especially prevalent among divorcees who previously relied upon a spouse’s income for financial support.

Why it's never a good idea to post or tweet about your divorce

According to the Pew Research Center, as of January last year, a whopping 74 percent of U.S. adults admitted to having at least one social media account. Facebook remains the most popular social media platform and 71 percent of U.S. adult social media users have a Facebook account. Additionally, 23 percent use Twitter and 26 percent Instagram.

Can child custody agreements be changed?

For divorcing parents, one of the most nerve-wracking and potentially contentious aspects of a divorce revolves around child custody decisions. Once the terms of a child custody agreement are decided, for a child's sake and to provide continuity, it's important that changes are avoided. There are, however, circumstances when modifications to an existing child custody arrangement may be necessary or warranted.

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