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.
Dividing property equitably is one of the main objectives of divorce proceedings in North Carolina. This requires both parties to be honest and upfront about the marital assets. While it may seem tempting to hide assets during a divorce in order to avoid an unfavorable ruling, it is likely to cost you far more in the end.
The process for same-sex divorce is, by and large, the same as it is for heterosexual couples. Since LGBTQ couples now have the right to divorce in every state, there are no-fault and fault-based options to end the marriage.
Making sound decisions can be hard when you’re in the midst of a divorce. The stress of this major life change can make people make decisions that come back to haunt them. Learn how to make good decisions during your divorce in this post.
The state and county you file for divorce in can have an impact on your proceedings so it is a good idea to consider all of your options before filing.