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May 2016 Archives

Common visitation issues in North Carolina

The battle for custody of a child can be stressful for both the parents and the child. So that the child can spend time with both parents, whether it is equal time or a percentage, creating a visitation plan is one option. While this sounds easy in theory, this type of plan can still cause issues between the parents as they decide how much time they each get to spend with their child.

Being able to retire after divorce

When couples in North Carolina divorce, the former spouses typically assume that they'll bounce back and make new lives for themselves. While this is usually true for younger people, as people age, it can be more difficult to recover financially after divorce. When older couples end their marriages, it is important for each spouse to ensure their financial security throughout old age.

The financial side of divorce

North Carolina residents who are facing the end of their marriages must think ahead about how to protect themselves financially. A divorce may cost anywhere from $15,000 to $20,000 or more, and people will also have new expenses afterward as they set up a new household. It is important to gather financial information and all account numbers and passwords. Important documents should be photocopied and possessions should be photographed. People need to understand what they have and what it is worth.

Dealing with pet custody and property division

When a North Carolina couple decides that it is time to start divorce proceedings, dividing up all of the assets that wereobtained during the marriage can be difficult. However, what many people do not know is that family pets are considered to be personal property. While some couples create their own custody arrangements for their beloved pets, others use the pets as a bargaining chip.

Two key differences between civilian and military divorces

If you are in the military (or are the spouse of a servicemember) and are considering getting a divorce, you may assume that the process is the same as civilian divorces. Although this is true to a certain extent, there are a couple of key differences between civilian and military divorces.

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