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Bad advice can affect marital property and divorce in general

The list of bad advice and common misconceptions that is believed when it comes to divorce is endless. The problem is that many Massachusetts residents are believing this misconceptions, and those believes can cause problems while undergoing the complexity of dividing marital property and other aspects of divorce. A quick inventory of the most popular untruths can help anyone going through divorce avoid them and thereby make their divorce go easier and smoother.

For example, many people improperly believe that all divorces are the same. This idea is simply impossible when you consider that some families must make decisions on child custody, while others do not have any children at all. Another one that has been floating around is that it takes a year for each four years of marriage to emotionally heal following a split-up.

Well-meaning family and friends might tell you that you should be extremely angry at your ex-spouse. They might tell you that taking anti-depressants following a divorce is something everyone does. Lastly, you might tell yourself that your split-up is a sign that you are a failure in life. None of these are true and believing these kinds of lies can actually make your divorce process more difficult.

When it comes to the complicated process of dividing marital property, making decisions on child custody, and dealing with the wild mix of emotions that crop up during divorce, no Massachusetts resident can afford to entertain untruths. People who are going through a divorce and get professional help to resolve the financial and legal challenges of a break-up. There are many legal strategies that can be employed to make your divorce as easy as possible.

Source: Huffington Post, Divorce Recovery Lies People Tell You Post-Split, Dr. Karen Finn, Sept. 16, 2013

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