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March 2013 Archives

Property division disputes not uncommon for cohabitating couples

Worcester residents may be familiar with the increasing divorce rate in the United States. Due to the economic crisis, the rising costs of living expenses and overwhelming debt, many couples consider living together. Cohabitation may fall under non-traditional family matters, but just like married individuals in Massachusetts, once they decide to go their separate ways, property division may prove to be challenging.

Gray divorce and property division

Worcester, Massachusetts, residents may assume that every divorce case is unique and that every situation is different. That may be true; however, divorce cases can be similar when it comes to property division because couples who file for divorce need to resolve that issue.

Child custody settlement should be for the child

When people become parents, they often try to become better people. This statement probably holds true for almost every parent in Worcester. However, if a divorce occurs in the family, the outcome may have a negative effect on the spouses and their children. The conflicts may not only arise while both parties are settling the child custody and visitation rights but problems may also occur after the child custody agreement is settled.

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