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Divorce after decades

Every marital split will have its own unique challenges. Couples are more likely to encounter the same or similar challenges depending on when they are getting divorced, though. For example, North Carolina couples who file for divorce after 10 years of marriage will...

Questions to ask about the marital home

Deciding where to live after a divorce is more complicated than most people realize. As a single household becomes two, the divorcing couple has to figure out what will happen to the marital home that they once shared. While many people in North Carolina might rely on...

Approaching divorce as a parent

Although couples may start off with the best of intentions, it is hard to overlook the reality that almost half of all marriages ultimately end. Just because divorce is not necessarily uncommon does not mean that they should all be treated the same, though. Every...

How to approach divorce with pets

There is nothing quite like the relationship between a person and his or her pet. However, that bond can be at risk for pet owners who are going through a divorce. In North Carolina, animals are considered legal property and tend to get lumped in with property...

Financial concerns during gray divorce

Getting divorced at any time of life can be financially straining, but especially for those who are over the age of 50. The financial implications of a gray divorce can be long reaching when it comes to retirement. However, this should not prevent anyone in North...

Reasonable vs. fixed visitation

Getting a divorce can take an emotional toll on everyone involved -- including children. Most North Carolina parents understand this and are eager to prioritize child custody matters during this process. However, even the most well-intentioned parents can be left...