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Divorce

Warning signs a spouse may be hiding assets

Infidelity has led to the irrevocable breakdown of many marriages over the years. Spouses should know that infidelity in a marriage can take many forms. It does not always relate to romantic or physical relationships with other people. Financial infidelity threatens...

What is parental alienation?

Divorce may bring out the worst in people, especially when trying to vie for children's affection. For some, it develops into a competition that rises to the level of parental alienation. When one parent psychologically manipulates children into turning on the other,...

Can you move away with your kids after your divorce?

While working through your divorce proceedings, it may certainly seem difficult to think about the future. Yet your life will indeed go on upon the formal dissolution of your marriage. Part of that may include the opportunity to move away from North Carolina to pursue...

Finding Common Ground In Reasons For Divorce

When you are going through a very difficult and life-changing experience, it is important to find advice and guidance from trusted sources. But it can also be highly cathartic to simply hear that you are not alone – that others have been where you are and have come...

Helping your children adjust to divorce

Divorce is hard on the entire family, but it's an especially significant disruption to children's lives. Unfortunately, regardless of their age, gender or culture, all children of divorced parents are at substantially higher risk of mental health and behavioral...

Should you date before your divorce is finalized?

Divorce has a reputation for being a drawn-out, contentious process. In addition to the time it takes to reach a settlement, North Carolina couples must live separately for 12 months before their divorce becomes final. When you’re ready to move on to the next chapter...

After Pandemic, A Predicted Spike In Divorce Rates

In the minds and hearts of most Americans, 2020 will go down as one of the worst years on record. There are a number of reasons for this, including political divisiveness, racial tension and social unrest. The most life-disrupting issue for many of us, however, is the...

How co-parents can be successful if they work together

There might be emotions you experience after your divorce that aren’t always positive. But when you have children that you co-parent with your ex, you shouldn’t let the negativity that brought your marriage down guide your post-divorce partnership. Bringing positive...

A More Peaceful Way To Divorce

For most of the history of divorce, there was only one way to do it: litigation. This is partially why divorce is so often described in terms like “battle” and “fight.” It begins the process on adversarial terms with the idea of a winner and a loser. Divorce doesn’t...

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