Divorce is oftentimes an emotionally stressful time, so it's no surprise that many people going through one would like to have all of the issues resolved when the divorce is finalized. However, despite many people's best efforts, there are some issues which may not be resolved with the finalization of a divorce, such as alimony agreements and child custody issues. Oftentimes these situations will persist long after a divorce is completed, so it can be important for both parties involved to develop a strategy for handling these issues if they arise.
When discussing the issue of alimony in Massachusetts, there are several considerations which typically arise. Common factors such as the income and living expenses of the divorcing parties are often the basis of many alimony determinations. However, one recent alimony case is bringing up a rather unusual issue: fertility.
Couples going through a divorce in Massachusetts have many tough decisions to make. In addition to child custody and support concerns, couples are left with the task of dividing the marital property between them. When this happens, couples should not only consider their immediate needs but also their long-term financial goals, such as retirement.
When new technology makes its way into popular public usage, it can sometimes have unexpected consequences. For example, while new popular technology is being invented to help individuals keep in touch with their social contacts, the extension of social life into the digital world has had some interesting unintended consequences for relationships and divorces.
When a couple faced a strained relationship, many factors may contribute to their unhappiness. For example, while financial or parenting disagreements are often two of the most common divorce issues, research regularly shows there may be more at play than common disagreements. In fact, a new study from the Umea University in Sweden shows a link between divorce and a rather unexpected part of many people's daily lives: time spent commuting.
As research into marriages continues, experts in the field of divorce seem to continuously find circumstances which can either improve or decrease an individual's chance of having a divorce in their future. Factors such as how often a couple fights and their socioeconomic background have often been found to be related to divorce rates, but a new study has found a new connection: the number of siblings an individual has.
Oftentimes when Massachusetts media outlets decide to discuss a divorce proceeding amongst celebrities, they are not the most flattering. While celebrity divorces can show prime examples of the types of issues many individuals could face during their own divorce, such as conflicts over child custody and alimony amounts, there are rarely stories which focus on the positive or well-handled side of their situations. However, that is not for a lack of examples.
When it comes to settling a divorce, there are few issues which couples dread more than needing to determine how to split their assets. In amicable divorces the emotions can still run high, and contentious divorces can result in lengthy and potential expensive separations. However, going into a divorce proceeding with the help of experts and armed with some knowledge about divorce proceedings may be able to help issues get resolved sooner.
Considering how serious a decision it is to get divorced, it's understandable that many people will hesitate before making their decision. Oftentimes, there are conflicting emotions, uncertainly or a desire to try to fix marital problems. In other situations, the hesitation is more about practical considerations such as how the divorce will change the person life, whether they will receive adequate alimony or how it will affect their children.
When a divorce becomes contentious, it can sometimes mean being involved in a lengthy trial divorce. Depending on how quickly the issues can be resolved, a divorce by trial can be done without extravagant costs. However, if major issues cannot be resolved quickly, contentious trial divorces can oftentimes become expensive, potentially more-so when considering the potential loses an individual might face from an unwanted decision.