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Breaking bad news: telling your kids about your divorce

Sometimes marriages end amicably. Sometimes they end with anger, deception and hurt feelings. Regardless of whether you're viewing your impending separation from your spouse as a positive or negative transition, this change signifies the end of an important constant throughout your child's entire life. When this safety net is taken away, it can make them feel like their whole world is crumbling.

Consider the pitfalls that could arise after a divorce

Massachusetts couples may find it challenging to see the future as a marriage ends. The emotions that accompany a divorce may also make people worry more about the immediate future. This is helpful, but without looking further into the future, any divorce settlement the parties negotiate could end up causing significant problems in the long run.

Setting the stage for post-divorce financial security

The end of a marriage comes with many changes, including financial ones. As part of the divorce process, each party works toward reducing the financial impact of it. Doing so involves more than just dividing marital assets. There are other positive steps that divorcing Massachusetts residents can take in order to achieve the goal of financial security post-divorce.

A crucial part of child custody: The parenting schedule

During a marriage, dividing parenting time is not an issue. Both parents live in the home and often spend time with the children together. When a Massachusetts couple divorces, the issue of spending time with the children becomes a central part of the proceedings. One part of the child custody agreement that is crucial is the parenting schedule.

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