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Default Divorce Dangers in North Carolina

Default Divorce Dangers in North Carolina

No one goes into a marriage thinking that it will end. Unfortunately, sometimes things don’t work out the way we plan. If you find yourself in a situation where you and your spouse have decided to separate, you’ll want to know the different ways to make your divorce final. So learn how divorce works in North Carolina and see why default divorce is not something you plan.

Alimony vs Spousal Support in North Carolina: What to Know

Alimony vs Spousal Support in North Carolina: What to Know

If you’re going through a separation or divorce in North Carolina, you may wonder, “What is alimony vs spousal support?” “Is there post-separation support?” It’s easy to worry about how it will all work out. However, you do have options for spousal support in North Carolina, including post-separation support and alimony.Learn about these two types of spousal support and the factors that affect a judge’s decision to award them.

Equitable Distribution in North Carolina: What You Need to Know

Equitable Distribution in North Carolina: What You Need to Know

In North Carolina, equitable distribution is the process of dividing assets and debts acquired during marriage. This includes anything from property and money to debt and investments. If equal distribution is not something you can agree on with your spouse, one of you must file an Equitable Distribution action prior to the final divorce judgment. Filing before the court allows a final judgment to protect your rights to a court-ordered distribution of marital property. Find out more about how it all works!

When to Walk Away After Infidelity

When to Walk Away After Infidelity

The pain of betrayal can be unbearable when you find out your spouse has been cheating on you. Sometimes, it’s evident that divorce is your next step. However, in some situations, you may have a hard time deciding whether or not divorce is the best decision for you. Let’s look at when to walk away after infidelity.

How to Tell Your Husband You Want a Divorce in the Kindest Way Possible

How to Tell Your Husband You Want a Divorce in the Kindest Way Possible

If you’re married and are thinking about getting a divorce, it can be difficult to find the right time and words for a discussion. In fact, you may feel like there is no good time or right words! Breaking the news can feel daunting, especially if your husband has no idea that you’re considering a divorce. So how do you tell your husband you want a divorce in the kindest way possible? Let’s take a look.

How to Talk to Your Child About Divorce

How to Talk to Your Child About Divorce

Children often see divorce as their fault, and it’s up to parents to explain what is happening in a way that children can understand. However, there’s no one-size-fits-all answer. Here are some tips on how to talk about divorce in a way that will be least harmful to your child.

My Husband Left Me, What Now? Here Are 10 Ways to Cope

My Husband Left Me, What Now? Here Are 10 Ways to Cope

If your husband left you, you may feel shocked, sad, angry, and fearful of the future at the same time. It will take time for you to heal and figure out what comes next, but we have 10 ways to help you cope with losing your marital relationship. So let’s get started helping you see a brighter future.

Disadvantages of Filing for Divorce First: Why You May Want to Wait

Disadvantages of Filing for Divorce First: Why You May Want to Wait

When it comes to getting a divorce in North Carolina, there’s one big catch: you can only file after living separately and apart from your spouse for one year. So, when you’re finally ready to file, what are the disadvantages of filing for divorce first? And why might you want to wait? This blog post will look at both sides of the issue and help you make the best decision for yourself and your family.

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