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Keeping divorces short and sweet may be better for kids

North Carolina children whose families go through divorces may suffer negative emotional effects if their parents fail to act decisively. Although factors like religious beliefs or social mores can make it harder for couples to commit to separation and divorce actions confidently, it's critical that they act on their intentions instead of delaying the process.

Issues with child support

In theory, child support is meant to help provide for the child and account for his or her best interests. However, in some cases, child support may actually make it harder for a parent to get the assistance that is needed. This is because a parent who receives child support may be ineligible for some types of welfare benefits in some states.

Advantages of creating a written parenting plan

Parents in North Carolina who are getting a divorce may find that a solid parenting plan helps them to set boundaries and can aid in adjusting children to their new lives. The process of creating the plan can be an important one because parents may need to discuss and come to an agreement on a number of possibilities. A sound parenting plan may even assist in conflict resolution later because having everything in writing prevents arguments about original agreements.

What issues can a prenuptial agreement address?

Although they have a reputation as being only for the wealthy, premarital agreements are useful to those of all incomes. They are especially popular for those entering second marriages and those who would like to preserve property for their children born during their first marriage.

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