If Divorce is Unavoidable, Accept it and Move On

If Divorce is Unavoidable, Accept it and Move On

You fall head-over-heels in love and decide to take the plunge into matrimony. For a while, things may seem hunky dory but sometimes, things start to unravel. What was once endearing now becomes annoying. Bit by bit, you start to discover unpleasant aspects of your...

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What to Do if Your Spouse Stalls the Divorce in MA?

What to Do if Your Spouse Stalls the Divorce in MA?

Even at its best, divorce is an arduous and demanding process. A vindictive spouse trying to delay the proceedings can only end up adding to the torment and making it exceedingly exasperating. Whether out of sheer malice, a deep-rooted grudge, or an unwillingness to...

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Ways to Handle the Emotional Stress in Your MA Divorce

Ways to Handle the Emotional Stress in Your MA Divorce

Divorce can be a major disruption in your life and can bring a lot of stress — emotional, financial, and even spiritual. It's no wonder that the way you handle your divorce can impact your life for years, if not decades, after it happens. Many people share emotional...

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Can a Grandparent Claim Visitation Rights in an MA Divorce?

Can a Grandparent Claim Visitation Rights in an MA Divorce?

Separation, divorce, or one parent's demise can impact grandparents' relationship with their grandkids, especially if the surviving parent wants to restrict their visits. As a grandparent, you have a legal right to request visitation — as long as it is reasonable —...

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7 Reasons Why Many Marriages End in a Divorce in MA

7 Reasons Why Many Marriages End in a Divorce in MA

While there are several factors that can drive a couple to divorce, there is generally more than one reason why they decide to end their marriage. In the experience of Massachusetts divorce attorney Jay Davis, many couples often disagree as to what caused their...

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What Happens to Your Inheritance in an MA Divorce?

What Happens to Your Inheritance in an MA Divorce?

If you are planning to file for divorce, you might be wondering whether you can keep your inheritance or whether it would be divided along with other marital assets. The short answer is — it depends. Depending on various factors, your inheritance might be considered...

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What Happens When Your MA Divorce Goes to Trial?

What Happens When Your MA Divorce Goes to Trial?

Every year, thousands of couples file for divorce in Massachusetts. While a vast majority of these divorces are settled out of court, some cases do go to trial — since these involve couples who are unable to find a resolution through negotiation or mediation. If you...

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