Divorce is about money.
Of course emotions run high during the process. But for most people, especially women, the financial side of divorce is often times difficult.
Divorce impacts you and your family in many ways, changing your taxes, your retirement plans, and your mental state. But divorce itself is a legal process in which you ask the court to recognize the dissolution of your marriage.
Children are often one of the greatest sources of concern during divorce — for good reason. Even during an amicable split, deciding “who gets” the children can be difficult.
Preparing for divorce before you even get married sounds like a great way to kill the romance, doesn’t it? Marriage is often painted as a romantic joining.
Alimony can be confusing. If you’re about to go through divorce, you may be wondering: Will you get it? How much will it be? What about taxes?
If you are going through a divorce in Raleigh, you may hear the terms “mediation” and “arbitration.” But what are they? Some people use these terms interchangeably, but they do not mean the same thing. Let’s break down the differences and how they may play a role in your divorce.