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How to keep it together during divorce

It doesn't matter if both parties were eager to split, divorce has a way of taking the wind out of our sails. You are changing the status quo permanently, and even if a divorce was the last thing that you wanted, you will need to adapt to the reality that it is the new normal. Below are some tips for managing your divorce and coming out on top.

Massachusetts custody rules affect school residency requirements

Divorce is certainly a very serious remedy for problems within a marriage. However, at times it may be the only viable option available to the parties, especially if counseling has been attempted and failed. When children are involved, it becomes even more important to sort out all issues related to child custody. Parents must be aware that the custody decisions stipulated between them or mandated by the courts affect all aspects of their children's lives, even where they may be forced to enroll in school.

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