February 2017

Right Time To Divorce
Amy Saunders, Esq.

When is it the Right Time to Divorce in Massachusetts?

by Amy Saunders This is one of the most frequent questions asked by my clients, and there truly is no right time to divorce.  However, I can tell you that the “waiting game” only makes matters worse — both financially and emotionally.  First, if you have children, it is my belief that waiting until “the

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9 Questions to Ask Your Divorce Lawyer in Massachusetts

by Amy Saunders Choosing the right divorce lawyer in Massachusetts can seem as difficult as choosing to leave your spouse.  Let’s face it, the last thing people going through a divorce want to hear is more bad news — but your attorney should not just paint a rosy picture. As an informed client, you need

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divorce advice ma
Amy Saunders, Esq.

Divorce Advice MA That May Save You Thousands of Dollars

Divorce Advice MA That May Save You $$$$ Thousands by Attorney Amy Saunders Everyone considering or filing for a divorce should consider these points. These are all based on real experiences with my clients — which are being passed along to you to save significant time and money. 1. Do NOT Fight Over the Flat

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Amy Saunders, Esq.

7 Signs Your Marriage Won’t Work, According to Divorce Lawyers

By Jen Glantz of Woman’s Day Magazine Images courtesy of GETTY Images While there are obvious indicators a marriage is headed for the trenches — infidelity and irreconcilable differences — there are other, less noticeable problems that can chip away at a relationship over the long run. Divorce lawyers hear it and see it all, oftentimes

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nesting and divorce
Amy Saunders, Esq.

When Parents Divorce, the Children Get the House

By NINA SOVICH, Wall Street Journal A common Sunday night ritual for children whose parents are divorced is packing up the schoolbooks and soccer cleats for the weekly trek to mom or dad’s house. In a flip, some divorced couples are trying an approach they call nesting: Mom and Dad shuttle back and forth while

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