If you are looking at a no-fault divorce, there are considerations you should be aware of regarding alimony, child support, and property divisions. North Carolina is a no-fault divorce state, which means that the spouse who files for the divorce doesn’t need to show a specific cause or that either spouse was at fault. However, […]
Statements like “One in three marriages ends in divorce,” and “People who get married young always get divorced,” are common, and while they may have been true at one time, are they still? Our divorce attorneys in Raleigh are taking the opportunity to see how trends in marriage and divorce have changed and how this […]
It’s no secret that your financial situation changes drastically after a divorce. In addition to your household income being cut in half, the way you file your taxes will change. One of the most common questions divorced couples have is who will claim their child(ren) on their taxes. Claiming your child(ren) on your taxes means […]
Divorce causes many life changes, and selling your marital home is a common situation that many divorcing couples find themselves facing.
Breaking up with your former husband or wife can be rife with anger, hurt, resentment, and sadness. Keeping conflict to a minimum is the easiest way to make the divorce process smoother, though. Minimizing conflict also makes post-divorce life easier, especially if you have children and will be sharing custody.