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4 Sneaky Divorce Tactics to Watch Out For

4 Sneaky Divorce Tactics to Watch Out For

If you think your spouse is planning to leave you, or if they have already left, it’s crucial to watch out for sneaky divorce tactics. Often, the person intending to divorce will try to keep things quiet and under wraps to gain an advantage. Here are 4 sneaky divorce tactics that you need to watch out for.

Can Mediation Help You Avoid Divorce Court?

Can Mediation Help You Avoid Divorce Court?

When couples decide to divorce, there are questions about how it will work. One way to ease some of your concerns is to pursue an uncontested divorce. This type of divorce happens when both spouses agree on the terms of the divorce without needing court intervention. Working with a divorce mediation attorney can give you the ability to make it happen.

Don’t Overlook These 5 Things in Your Divorce Agreement

Don’t Overlook These 5 Things in Your Divorce Agreement

No one goes into a divorce anticipating things will go wrong, but all too often, things do. Frequently, essential items get overlooked in the final agreement. Missing crucial parts of your divorce agreement can lead to big problems later. Let’s discuss 5 things often overlooked in divorce agreements so you can protect yourself and your finances long after your divorce. 

Annulment of a Marriage in North Carolina: What You Need to Know

Annulment of a Marriage in North Carolina: What You Need to Know

An annulment of marriage in North Carolina is not as easy to obtain as one might think. To get an annulment, you must meet specific criteria. There are many reasons why a court will annul a marriage, but the couple has to meet requirements set by the state. Let’s look at what an annulment is and how you can get an annulment in NC.

How to Protect Your Rights in NC If Your Spouse Files for Divorce

How to Protect Your Rights in NC If Your Spouse Files for Divorce

If your spouse wants a divorce, it’s essential to know your rights in North Carolina. You’ll need to consider financial, personal, parental, and spousal rights to protect yourself during this difficult time. Divorce is never easy, but knowing what to expect can help minimize the stress. Let’s look at some of the things you need to keep in mind if your spouse files for divorce in North Carolina.

Collaborative Divorce: How to Avoid Court and Get a Fair Split

Collaborative Divorce: How to Avoid Court and Get a Fair Split

Going through a divorce is one of the most challenging things a person can do. The process can be even more complicated if you and your partner cannot agree on the divorce terms. In this case, you may have to go to court and let a judge decide how to split your assets and rights. There is another option, however: collaborative divorce.

Grounds for Divorce and Separation in North Carolina

Grounds for Divorce and Separation in North Carolina

If you are considering a divorce in North Carolina, it’s essential to understand the different grounds for divorce and separation. In this blog post, we’ll explain the difference between the two grounds for no-fault absolute divorce and also provide some information on a judicial separation agreement process called “Divorce from Bed and Board.” By understanding the grounds for divorce and separation in North Carolina, you can make the best decision for your family.

12 Sad Yet Beautiful Divorce Songs to Help You Cope

12 Sad Yet Beautiful Divorce Songs to Help You Cope

The year-long separation period in North Carolina gives you plenty of time to think about your divorce. One way to help cope with this time is by listening to songs that resonate with your emotions. Try these twelve sad yet beautiful divorce songs to help you get through this difficult time.

Picking the Best Divorce Attorney

Picking the Best Divorce Attorney

Getting a divorce in NC can get complicated depending on how well you and your spouse communicate and negotiate your terms. Hot button issues such as child custody or alimony may bring disputes too large to handle on your own. When you can’t agree without help, you have several options available in NC, but hiring a divorce attorney is always a good first step. 

How to Avoid Discovery in Divorce

How to Avoid Discovery in Divorce

Divorce attorneys go through a “Discovery” process where each attorney seeks to best represent their client’s interest by finding all the pertinent information to their client’s case. Let’s look at how to avoid discovery in divorce.

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