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Why You Cannot Be Legally Separated in Massachusetts
AN EYE-OPENING REALITY FOR COUPLES UNSURE ABOUT DIVORCE

Why You Cannot Be Legally Separated in Massachusetts

By Ellen Wright


In some states, a legal separation can be obtained while leaving a marriage legally intact. However, many people are surprised to learn that Massachusetts is not one of those states. There are certain situations where a couple may wish to remain married for personal, religious or financial reasons. Although you cannot obtain a legal separation in Massachusetts, there is a lesser-known alternative that few people are aware of. Download our eGuide to learn why you can’t be legally separated in Massachusetts, but what the other “secret” alternative is and how it might work for your situation.

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