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July 2018 Archives

Should the language in contracts be simpler easier to use?

Massachusetts business owners often enter into relationships with other businesses. When doing so, they more than likely enter into contracts governing those relationships. Even though contracts require a certain amount of legal language in order to ensure they hold up in court, many people are moving toward using simpler and more user-friendly language in them in order to help alleviate misunderstandings and confusion.

Understanding how the court views your divorce issues

When the time comes to sit down and talk about resolving your marital issues, you may wonder whether you can work out a settlement with your future former spouse or will have to go to court. In order to better understand which option may work best for you, it could help to know what a Massachusetts court will consider when making these decisions for you. If you are on the fence about whether to leave your divorce matters to the court or work together for a resolution, knowing the factors courts consider may help.

A parenting plan can account for numerous child custody issues

When Massachusetts couples divorce, one of their biggest concerns will more than likely be how to continue parenting. Their relationships are probably not in the best place during this time, and it may be challenging to envision a time when they can get along. A parenting plan may help account for child custody issues that could come up in the future.

Divorce and the new tax law could impact retirement savings

Retirement and financial planning during marriage looks different than it does for newly single Massachusetts residents. After a divorce, many people find themselves facing an uphill battle when it comes to their finances, let alone retirement. It may be possible to mitigate some of the damage a divorce can cause by taking the time to carefully consider the decisions made during the proceedings.

Going through a divorce while living in the same house

Even though the economy has made improvements in recent years, many Massachusetts homeowners continue to struggle with their mortgage loans. For couples who decide to divorce, this may mean not having the monetary resources to have separate living arrangements. Those couples may need to continue living in the same house during the divorce until a resolution can be reached regarding what happens to the marital home.

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