There is no perfect relationship. All couples have disagreements, but it is how the couple handles those disagreements that defines the relationship. The internet has spawned sites that offer high tech bulletin boards to anonymously post questions and get feedback that can help turn a…

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Parental Alienation is defined as one parent turning a child against the other parent. The issue comes up frequently in divorces and can destroy a parent’s relationship with the children. A court’s determination of the parenting schedule takes into account claims of parental alienation. Mental…

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Legal fees can add up quickly. An extreme case of outrageous legal fees is Simon and Chana Taub ’s divorce. The Taubs’ racked up over one million dollars in legal fees. The attorney fees were so extreme because they refused to be reasonable. Neither party…

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If you have made the decision that you are ready to be divorced, then the next step is to file for divorce. In Massachusetts, you can either file for a contested divorce or a joint petition for divorce. A joint petition for divorce means that…

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In January 1976 Massachusetts embraced no fault divorce. It was seven years after California was the first state to allow no fault divorces. Thirty years ago no fault divorce opponents unsuccessfully argued that the sacred institution of marriage would be destroyed if couples could get…

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