If you and your spouse are divorcing or have divorced, and you feel your ex-partner is not suitable to be an equally involved parent to your children, you may be considering filing for sole child custody in North Carolina. To learn more, we’re sharing what you need to know about sole custody in North Carolina. […]
If you are considering divorce after your partner has been physically, sexually, or emotionally abusive, you may be concerned as to how this will affect issues such as child custody, property distribution, and spousal support. To have a better understanding of what you can expect as well as the steps you can take to protect […]
In North Carolina, when a married couple has children together and is divorcing, before the divorce is finalized, there must be an agreement on custody. In cases where the couple can’t agree, the judge will determine custody and issue a court order. However, as mediation becomes more common for divorcing couples who are seeking to […]
Throughout marriage, many factors play a role in whether a couple stays together. Each partner must give a certain level of support, love and care in order for the marriage to work. Here are many on the common signs a marriage is headed for a divorce.
Although divorces seem like they can be “cookie-cutter” cases, that can be further from the truth. In fact, divorces are never just open and closed. Depending on the nature of your marriage and the resulting fallout, you may be faced with contesting a divorce. If you and your spouse are in agreement, then an uncontested divorce may be possible.