What to Do About a Stalling Spouse During Massachusetts Divorce

On Behalf of | Apr 16, 2018 | Divorce |

A Massachusetts divorce is rarely an expedient process, but there are many ways that parties to a split can make it take even longer. Whether out of spite, an unwillingness to compromise, or a desire to reunite, a stalling spouse can cause your Massachusetts divorce to stretch on for years and cost thousands more than it needs to due to mounting attorneys’ fees and court costs. If you’ve become the victim of a stalling spouse, there may be ways that you and your lawyer can address these delay tactics. Read on to learn how to cope with a stalling spouse, and contact a knowledgeable Massachusetts divorce lawyer with any additional questions.

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