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Support during a divorce for Massachusetts residents

Many people facing divorce need additional support through the emotional strain. There are several factors to consider when it comes to personal rights and financial security alone. If children are involved, the risk for divorce dispute is even greater. Massachusetts residents can find peace of mind and resolve complex legal issues in the event of divorce

One woman recently shared her perspective on her own divorce and offered insight into the things she wished she would have known beforehand. She advises people not to rush through the process unless the relationship is abusive. The feeling of failure is inevitable, but it is important to know that that feeling is not a reflection of personal value.

She discusses the difficulty of having financial talks with an ex-spouse, and how being "friends" afterward may never happen. Loss of friends and family support may happen in the aftermath of a divorce as well. Family dynamics with children involved in a divorce will change forever and feelings of guilt over marital support given by friends and family in the past will likely occur.

The overwhelming feeling of loneliness during the course of a divorce can be a burden that is more than challenging to bear. Children, possessions and financial concerns can lead to divorce dispute quickly. Litigation and mediation services are available in divorce, paternity, custody, support and visitation cases. Massachusetts residents do not have to bear the burden of divorce alone; support and protection of individual rights can be secured to lessen the inescapable emotional strain.

Source: Huffington Post, 36 Things I Wish Someone Told Me About Divorce, Michele Zipp, Nov. 19, 2013

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