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August 2017 Archives

What happens to inheritance money in a divorce?

Property division can turn into one of the most contested parts of a divorce next to child custody. That's because, like child custody disputes, matters concerning marital assets are often emotionally charged, a fact that can make legal matters difficult to resolve amicably without help from an attorney. However, there are other factors that can make property division a particularly challenging legal process, including the complexity of the asset, how difficult it is to value the asset, whether the asset is partly the separate property of one spouse, and whether an asset has both marital and separate components that have appreciated or depreciated over time.

5 common divorce mediation myths

No one ever goes into marriage thinking one day it's all going to end in a flurry of arguments and divorce papers. People change, however -- it's just a fact of life -- meaning the two people who say "I do" in the beginning may not be the same people dissolving their marriage in the end.

3 things to know about mediation and your divorce

One of the last things you probably want to do if you are ending your marriage is be in the same place with your ex and find resolutions to complicated family legal issues together through mediation. In fact, you might be so angry, hurt or fed up with your ex that you see litigation as the only option for your divorce.

Why some custody orders don't last forever

When Sarah and Andy got divorced, they had it all worked out: They would split custody. Each would have half the week, and they would alternate Sundays. This worked well for them when the kids were little since Sarah only worked weekends and could be home with the kids the first part of the week.

How can I get a divorce in North Carolina?

Before making a decision about separation or divorce, it is important to find out more information about the divorce process so you know what to expect. For couples with complex property division issues or children, the divorce process can be more challenging and take months or years to be finalized.

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