Signs Your Spouse is Hiding Assets During Divorce

Call it a feeling. You suspect your spouse is hiding things from you. If you and your partner have decided to divorce, he or she may be hiding assets so they aren’t counted for child support or alimony.

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What Rights Do Grandparents Have After Divorce?

Divorce brings up a lot of questions about child support and child custody, and not just for parents. Grandparents may also be involved and want to know more about the changes divorce brings.

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Can I Get an Annulment Instead of a Divorce?

Couples who have not been married very long may be wondering about annulment. Annulment sounds like a shortcut, an easier way to break off the marriage and start over. But annulment isn’t necessarily the easy path some imagine, and not everyone qualifies. Here is what you need to know about annulment in North Carolina.

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What is Collaborative Divorce?

Collaborative divorce is one way to approach the divorce process. While this approach is not for everyone, if both partners are on good terms, it can make divorce as easy as possible.

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3 Answers to Child Custody Questions

Child custody is one of the two biggest stressors during divorce. (Money is the other one.) That’s why it’s often the source of most questions asked during our Raleigh divorce workshop each month. While of every situation is different, we rounded up three questions from our recent workshops to answer here. Please note: You must speak to an attorney about your specific situation. This is not intended to be legal advice.

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Divorce Questions: I Got Angry. Should I Be Worried about Custody?

During our Raleigh divorce workshops, we take questions from participants who are thinking about or are going through a divorce. Custody questions are among the most common, like this one:

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Two Divorce Questions: Legal Documents and Health Insurance

Health insurance is confusing. When you’re going through a divorce, you may be wondering what’s next for your health care. During our monthly divorce workshop recently, we received a question about this and one about the legal documents required for separation. Here are the answers.

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A Case for Child Support When Parents Have 50/50 Custody

Child custody and child support prompt plenty of questions. Decisions surrounding the children are one of the most important parts of divorce and tend to cause the most conflict. We heard this excellent question recently at our Raleigh divorce workshop. Because it’s a frequently asked question, we thought we’d share the answer.

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Co-Parenting: The Pros and Cons of Nesting Agreements

Nesting agreements between parents going through divorce are becoming more common. Also known as “birds nesting,” this arrangement is one approach for parents concerned about how their children will handle the myriad changes divorce brings to family life. Here are some pros and cons to consider to decide if this path is a good one for your situation.

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