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Lack of Generosity in a Massachusetts Marriage May Increase Risk of Divorce

How often do you go out of your way for your Massachusetts spouse just to beMarriage 5.jpgkind? Or show your partner how much you value him or her? When we're busy and stressed out, we often forget to thank and acknowledge the very person we chose to share our life with.

How Micro-Cheating Could Be Ruining Your Massachusetts Marriage

Infidelity is everywhere in Massachusetts. Studies have shown that around 23% oSocial Media 9.jpgf married men and 12% of married women have at some point had sex with someone other than their spouse. But while something like extramarital sex is easy to define, the general concept of cheating is far more nuanced.

Why You Shouldn't Love Your Kids More Than Your Massachusetts Spouse

Massachusetts parents' love for their children can make them do peculiar things.Lovers.jpg Like staying up until 1 a.m. gluing glitter on a second-grade class project. Or driving 40 miles to deliver a single soccer cleat. Or, perhaps, bribing their teenagers' way into a fancy college. But one of the weirdest things parents do is love their children more than their partners.

Why a Massachusetts Divorce May Hurt Wealthier Kids Education

It has long been known that children whose Massachusetts parents split up havDivorce and Child.jpge lower educational prospects than those whose parents stay together. But a new UCLA study found that divorce does not affect all children equally. Somewhat counterintuitively, the study suggests that divorce shortens the academic career of kids from stable families more than it does those from already struggling families.

Mediation: An Alternative to a High Cost/High Conflict Massachusetts Divorce

As mediation continues to build momentum as a viable, and often less costly, Mediation 14.jpgform of dispute resolution in Massachusetts, so has the role of your attorney in the mediation process. Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution in which spouses meet with a qualified neutral professional, usually and preferably an experienced divorce attorney, to discuss their child related and/or financial issues, exchange pertinent information, and work with the mediator to create an out-of-court settlement. While this process does not involve retained experts or litigation, most parties do in fact consult with and obtain advice from an attorney prior to, during, and after the mediation process.

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