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Tips for a late-in-life high asset divorce

Massachusetts residents may have noticed that in the last several years there has been an increase in the number of divorces amongst older couples. Divorce at any age can be difficult, but in some cases, it may be more so for older couples because they have had more time and opportunities to collect a wide variety of assets. There are several things that couples going through a high asset divorce might keep in mind in order to ensure that everything proceeds smoothly.

Father faces prison after breaking child custody agreement

Parents in Massachusetts going through a divorce know that the process can be just as difficult for the children as it is for the parents themselves. Determining child custody can put an incredible strain on the relationship between the parents, especially if they already do not get along. In some cases, a parent may feel the need to take desperate action in order to retain custody. 

An amicable ending to a high asset divorce

Divorces are often depicted as volatile and unfriendly, to say the least. This is especially true in celebrity divorces or in a high asset divorce. However, many Massachusetts residents may be relieved to know that this need not be the case. Gwyneth Paltrow and her ex-husband, Chris Martin, have been able to remain friendly even after their divorce in 2016.

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