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The term critical mass is derived from physics where it means the amount of fissionable material necessary to sustain a nuclear chain reaction. In more common use, reaching critical mass means reaching the point necessary to cause change. Our clients are people who have reached that point in their marriage and decided that it is time for a change.

When a person reaches critical mass in their marriage there are three methods for dissolving the legal relationship, and each has its own benefits and risks: Mediation, Collaborative Law, and Representation. No matter which path you choose, every Massachusetts divorce case has its own facts, challenges and solutions. We recognize that your case is not just unique, but also critically important to you. At CriticalMassDivorce.com you will find the help and attention to bring about the change you need.
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