As any Massachusetts couple's therapist will tell you, it's not their place to advise you whether or not to get divorced; they're there to help you arrive at their patient's own conclusions. Still, they've stood on the platform and watched many a train go off the rails, which means they're adept at spotting it. You won't find many black and white issues in therapeutic settings, but a handful of therapists outlined the themes that most frequently end with a Google search for a Massachusetts divorce attorney.
You might not be familiar with the term, but chances are either you or your Massachusetts friends are "guilty" of it. Sharenting refers to parents oversharing information and pictures of their children on social media. Sounds a little bit more familiar now, doesn't it? This infographic looks at sharenting and parenting so you can see what kind of parent you are.
It's a common refrain: relationships in Massachusetts are hard work. Fights are normal and rough patches are par for the course.
A Massachuserrs divorce is devastating on many levels. The shot to the heart takes your breath away and leaves you doubled-over as if you were punched in the gut. And that's just for starters...
Before deciding on a divorce, you will want to weigh all your options and decide what is and isn't working in the relationship. You or your partner may be able to change some things so as to save the marriage, although some issues may be deal breakers.
As if married people in Massachusetts don't have enough to worry about, a study suggests that the divorce of a friend or close relative dramatically increases the chances that you too will divorce.