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Reduce divorce stress with these 3 tips

Most North Carolina parents can relate to ups and downs in their family life. For some, the downs mostly take place within the marital relationship, which may lead to one or the other spouse filing for divorce. Especially concerning children, this type of decision can...

Do you relate to these divorce issues?

Most marriages, in North Carolina and elsewhere, hit rocky passages. Some couples are able to withstand the problems and create an even stronger bond. Others opt for divorce. Here are some reason why. The age of each spouse at the time of their marriage may place them...

Television star talks about her divorce

In North Carolina and elsewhere, the issues that lead to divorce are often as unique as the spouses themselves. While many couples have been together for 10 or more years before deciding to end their marriage, that is not always the case. Some, such as TV stars...

Spouses can use mediation in divorce

Few couples end their marriage easily. When a spouse seeks a divorce, strong emotions will likely emerge, leading to tension, arguments and bitter disagreement. This mindset can make negotiating child custody or property division a brutal affair. Couples considering...

How the court decides to award alimony in divorce

During a divorce in North Carolina, the couple splits all assets, but sometimes one spouse still needs monetary support after the divorce finalizes. The court does not always grant alimony. Instead, the court looks at certain factors to determine length, amount and if...

Should I move out when facing a separation?

If your marriage is ending, you may want to cut ties and start fresh by leaving the family home as soon as possible. As long as you are safe at home, however, staying there may provide legal benefits during divorce proceedings. Consider these factors when determining...

Occupying a marital home can help sell it

Some North Carolina couples decide to call it quits with their marital home along with their marriage, with each spouse opting for new living arrangements. But some divorced couples may discover that it is not easy to find a buyer for their old home. One way to help a...