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What if your spouse does not want a divorce?

Even if you and your spouse have been facing significant challenges in your relationship, they may consider it a shock when you ask for a divorce. You have thought long and hard about this option, but they refuse to consider it. The way forward will be different for...

Remember to plan for taxes when you divorce

Taxes are often the furthest thing from your mind when going through a divorce. There are many more pressing matters to address, from your current finances to child custody arrangements. However, with the new year approaching, tax season is not far away either....

A plan is essential for divorce

There are many steps between considering a divorce and actually moving forward with one. That is why it is critical to make a plan for your divorce. It can help you fully understand all of the steps in between those two stages, and guide you as you turn thoughts into...

How can divorced parents handle school events?

In North Carolina, school is in full swing for your child. That also means that it is time for school-sponsored special events and extracurricular activities that welcome a student’s family to attend. These events can play a big role in your child’s life, whether they...

Should you have a separation agreement?

In North Carolina, spouses must complete a separation period of at least one year and one day before they can move forward with the process to finalize their divorce. We have discussed this requirement in previous blog posts. However, as you consider ending your...

What is “the divorce gap?”

Choosing to get a divorce from your spouse is a big decision – and a feat. Now, you must divide your marital assets and separate your very lifestyle from your spouse’s. The aftermath of this separation and eventual divorce can leave many women experiencing a “gap” in...

Do most divorces take place in January?

Have you seen articles and reports dubbing January as “divorce month?” It's not necessarily a myth, but it may be slightly misleading. Divorce is complicated, but you may be curious about the reasoning behind the claims. According to Insider, the facts are: Online...

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