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What actions can I take to maximize alimony?

When getting divorced, one of the primary concerns you may have is how you will cope financially with the loss of one household income. This can be particularly daunting for divorcing spouses who are homemakers or spend most of their time caring for the children of the household.

Handling student loan debt in a divorce

Many people in North Carolina have significant amounts of student loan debt, even years after they graduated from college or graduate school. The costs of attending college have gone up dramatically, and student loan debt is a major issue for many people. When people decide to divorce, financial concerns can be thrown into sharp relief. After all, the financial changes caused by a divorce can linger on for a long time after the relationship issues were long since resolved. Some people may wonder about how their student loan obligations will be dealt with when their marriages end.

Summertime can create problems with custody schedules

Most North Carolina parents view the approach of summer with mixed feelings. While there will soon be a break from the pressures of early morning wake-up, homework and other school-related obligations, summer means the kids will have a lot of free time on their hands. This can be especially difficult for children of divorce who are splitting time between two homes and will likely have a different custody arrangement for at least part of the summer break. It's important for parents to be aware of the issues and cooperate to minimize the potential conflicts that may result.

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