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March 2020 Archives

What is marital property in the Tar Heel State?

Some spouses end up feeling a little awkward putting all of their possessions in a shared home with a husband or wife. Little disagreements can arise over the smallest things. But that is often nothing to what can happen when people disagree how to divide all of their things in the case of divorce.

Marriage and divorce rates drop over a decade in North Carolina

Many parents and spiritual leaders will tell you that, of all the major decisions one ends up making in life, the right partner is the most important choice of all. The proper spouse will make success in life and parenting far easier, while the wrong match can lead to heartache and despair for more than just the unhappy couple.

What makes a parenting plan a good parenting plan?

When parents go through a divorce, one of their main concerns is making sure their children have what they need during this time of transition. For many kids, what they need is regular access to both parents and a sense of security and stability. This can come with a thoughtful and carefully drafted parenting plan.

Why life insurance could be important in a divorce

One issue North Carolina couples who are divorcing may need to deal with is ensuring that there is sufficient life insurance in place. This may seem like a technicality, particularly for younger people, but an unexpected death can happen at any age, and it can significantly affect agreements regarding property division, alimony and child support.

Deciding between litigation and negotiation in a divorce

North Carolina couples who are getting a divorce may initially hope to reach an agreement on property division and child custody through negotiation. However, in some cases, they may be struggling to agree, or one spouse may simply be uncooperative. The decision of whether to settle or go to court can be a difficult one.

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