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Health, social and economic effects of adults

People in North Carolina who are 50 and older are getting divorced at a higher rate than they did in 1990, but there could be health, social and economic complications for divorce in this age group. Divorce can lead to chronic stress and depression, and these problems are linked to health conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease and more.

Reasons for a prenup

North Carolina couples who plan to get married should consider the importance of completing a prenuptial agreement. The main purpose of the legal document is to verify how assets will be allocated if a marriage ends in divorce. In situations in which a married couple divorces and there is no prenup agreement, the manner in which the assets are divided will be determined by state laws.

How divorcing parents can co-parent successfully

When parents in North Carolina decide to divorce, the transition to co-parenting can be challenging yet also rewarding. Divorced parents may clash over parenting styles and issues that come with step-parents and blended families. Some parents may find it difficult to communicate after the split while others prepare for regular family meetings. However co-parenting works best for a specific family, there are some guidelines that people can keep in mind to improve their relationship for the benefit of their children.

An overview of the child custody hearing process

Child custody proceedings are conducted to determine whom a child's custodial parent will be and what rights the noncustodial parent will have. Parents in North Carolina who want maximum parental rights need to prepare for a child custody hearing thoroughly. If a person has an attorney, he or she may spend time going over questions that a judge may ask during a hearing.

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