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Divorce

Using your divorce as an opportunity

Divorce often gets a bad rap for causing financial hardship and disrupting plans for the future. However, what you may fail to see is the opportunities divorce can create. Even if you never anticipated your marriage ending the way it did, using your circumstances to...

3 tips for telling the kids about divorce

One of the largest challenges with getting divorced for many parents involves breaking the news to their children. For any number of reasons, people decide they no longer work as a married couple. After making the difficult decision to dissolve their marriages, those...

Focusing on your health following a divorce

While divorce may be the healthiest answer for your marriage, it is not always easy. Despite being the best decision you can make, you may still suffer from feelings of depression and other adverse health effects. To remain healthy following a breakup, you need to...

How is a 401(k) divided in a divorce?

Past posts on this blog detail the topic of property division during divorce proceedings in North Carolina. From a high-level perspective, such a task may seem simple: those assets that one brings into a marriage constitutes separate property, while any assets...

How can you reduce stress during a divorce?

Feeling tired and overwhelmed while in the middle of a divorce is a common problem many people have. However, when this stress starts to interfere with your daily life, then it may be time to find a better way to handle it. Give yourself time According to...

Property division in North Carolina

When couples divorce in North Carolina, they must divide shared debts and property according to the state's equitable distribution standards. Equitable distribution means the division must be fair, but that does not have to mean a 50/50 split. Review the factors that...