You believe your children need both parents to grow into happy, healthy adults. That is why you agreed to share custody or allow visitation with your former spouse. However, you were just promoted, and your new job will require a move. Or maybe you are longing to live closer to your relatives. Whatever the reason, the time has come for you to relocate, but you are not sure whether you can legally move with your kids.
Planning for retirement is a decades-long goal, and one that not everyone has the desire or resources to pursue. To complicate planning further, according to a recent survey, a divorce can be almost as hard on your retirement plans as a recession.
Couples across North Carolina plan weddings in summer and fall. If you are among these couples, then chances are you are doing a lot of wedding planning. You might be making plans for what to wear, who to invite and how you want your celebration to look.
Dividing property is typically one of the most onerous steps in a divorce. People are often dealing with painful emotions that cloud judgment and make it difficult to know what is fair. There are also logistical obstacles in dividing property that further complicate the process.