Naturally, those who go down the aisle do not expect to become ex-spouses years down the road. However, the reality is that marriages do not always last -- in many cases, due to irreconcilable differences. A couple of tips can help with navigating a divorce proceeding involving matters such as property division in Massachusetts.
Divorce affects people. It affects the individuals who engage in the legal process as well as their kids, friends, and extended family members. It imposes heavy burdens on the Massachusetts residents who must put their personal lives on paper and ask a court of law to dissolve the legal binds that tie them to their spouses.
One of the greatest legal tools any married couple has to protect themselves in case of a divorce is the prenuptial agreement. Many people scoff at the notion of a prenuptial agreement because this contract received a bad reputation many years ago. But today, it is a critical contract that many couples sign before they walk down the aisle.