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How a guardian ad litem can help an abused child

Sometimes a child does not receive proper care at home from parents or caregivers. If a child is suffering from abuse or neglect and is not of legal age, the child may have no one to turn to for help. This is where the government may step in, appointing someone to...

What is alienation of affection?

If your marriage ended because your spouse deserted you, then you may have a unique opportunity to claim punitive damages from him or her. According to FindLaw, alienation of affection is something that might give you grounds to sue your spouse for damages after your...

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...

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