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Divorced parents still need to provide for their children

According to the American Psychological Association, up to 50% of couples throughout America will get divorced. Divorced couples who had children together will still need to provide for them both emotionally and financially. Therefore, it is important that North Carolina parents work together to create a financial plan that preserves a child's best interests. Fortunately, the framework for such a plan is generally included as part of a divorce decree.

Protecting separate property in a North Carolina divorce

Millennial spouses are more likely to have separate bank accounts than couples from previous generations, according to a Bank of America survey. While some may think that separating finances will help protect property in case of a divorce, this is not always the case. Most assets earned after the wedding will be considered shared property.

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