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How can you drive safely in a wildlife area?

Think about your driving routines. You probably take the same routes regularly. For instance, you drive one way to buy food and another to get to work. Animals do something similar. Deer go to the lake each morning to drink, and bears head out looking for trash cans...

Can a divorce change your life in positive ways?

No one ever foresees getting divorced. Sometimes people in North Carolina berate themselves because they think that in some way, they have spectacularly failed either themselves or their spouse. They look back at their tattered relationship and go in frustrating...

4 divorce mistakes you need to avoid

Getting divorced can be complicated, and you may feel like you just want to get things over with as quickly as possible. You know that your relationship is over, and you simply need to make that official in a legal sense. While this mindset is understandable, it can...

Addressing parental alienation 

The divorce process can be stressful at the best of times. However, when children are involved, the procedure can be even more problematic.  In North Carolina, both parents have a legal right to maintain a relationship with their child, free from interference from the...

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