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Family / Divorce / Separation

5 Valentine’s Day Tips: Saving Relationships
02/14/2018 Believe it or not, divorce attorneys are not hoping for couples to get divorces. However, we are here for when you do need us – so that we can help you through this difficult time. Some people come into our …
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Importance of Self Love & Divorce
02/1/2018 When you are going through a divorce, after a divorce, even if it is years after your divorce, learning self love is very important to your emotional help after a divorce. Work On Yourself In Order To Work On Your …
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Divorce: How to Create a Parenting Plan
01/28/2018 Division of the assets can be the most frustrating and stressful time of a divorce. This is when the two parties are figuring out how to split the assets they have acquired in their lives together – some tough stuff. …
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How to Do Co-Parenting: Raleigh Divorce
01/22/2018 Co-parenting after a divorce can feel like an art form. It takes practice and focus but if both parties are willing, it can be a rewarding experience for everyone involved. Tips to Co-Parenting Take Care of Yourself By taking care …
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What to Do Following Your Raleigh Separation?
01/12/2018 Take Child Across State Lines When given the news of divorce, many people panic and struggle with the separation that comes before the divorce. Here are some tips to help you through the separation process: 1) Self Care Separating is one of the most difficult …
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Co-Parenting Following a NC Divorce
01/7/2018 Raleigh Separation Agreement There is a lot of information floating around in books, on the web, etc. that divorce is tough on kids. The belief that divorce has to be a scar or bad memory for children is actually a misconception. The truth …
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What About Money: Child Support & Alimony
12/22/2017 Child support and alimony How is Child Support in NC Determined? In many cases, child support is determined pursuant to the North Carolina Child Support Guidelines. There are child support worksheets in which you can input income information and child related expenses, and these …
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Do surviving spouses have a right to a 401(k) or an IRA?
12/11/2017 power-of-attorney-200x260 When choosing a beneficiary for a retirement plan, it’s important to understand how your spouse will be treated under the plan. The rules are different for 401(k)s and IRAs. 401k and Divorce With a 401(k) plan, a surviving spouse is …
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Divorce and Retirement: What’s the Deal?
12/8/2017 My mother in law is a monster in law When you are dealing with divorce, the last thing you are probably thinking about is retirement – right? However, this should be an issue that you consider during your North Carolina divorce. The most common response to people being asked …
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Do It Yourself Divorce Is A Bad Idea
12/1/2017 divorce-decree-200x260 Recently, a number of companies have been trying to persuade people that they can save money by handling their divorce on their own. These companies sell packets of generic forms in books or on the Internet, claiming that they were …
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