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How to get a mortgage after a Massachusetts divorce

The process of ending a marriage can be complicated. There are a multitude of decisions to make and issues to address, and many Massachusetts spouses emerge from the process feeling certain that there important items that may have been missed. When it is time to purchase a new home, one's divorce settlement could greatly impact their ability to secure a new mortgage. The following advice is offered to all Massachusetts spouses who are considering divorce.

Murdoch divorce shaping up to be private and non-adversarial

The advent of no-fault divorce has increased the opportunity for some high-profile couples to maintain a reasonably private divorce experience. In Massachusetts as well as anywhere else, no-fault divorce complaints don't require that any fault grounds be listed and can be based solely on the grounds of 'irretrievable breakdown' of the marriage. Indeed, even Rupert Murdoch benefitted from that procedure in his recent divorce filing. He filed a short and simple document alleging the marriage was irretrievably broken.

Dividing business interests within a Massachusetts divorce

Divorcing couples have a lot on their plate. The need to address child custody issues, property division and a wide range of other concerns can take a great deal of time and effort. However, for those in Massachusetts who own a business with their soon-to-be-ex spouse, dividing up the business interests can further complicate their divorce.

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