family law

Should you create a divorce registry?

In recent years, the concept of a divorce registry – which is like a wedding registry but is designed to help someone rebuild their life post-divorce – has gained attention. If you are facing the end of your marriage, the opportunity to create a divorce registry may...

What makes a prenup unconscionable?

Starting a marriage while talking about its potential end is anything but romantic. However, this is what a prenuptial agreement does. This is a legal document that soon-to-marry couples sign to define the terms of the divorce should things fail to work. For a prenup...

When does North Carolina alimony end?

The idea that one spouse might have legal and financial responsibility to the other after a divorce is a very old one. People have been subject to financial requirements for ongoing support after a divorce or as long as divorces have existed. Some people talk about...

Unique considerations in “gray divorce”

What should If you’re considering or preparing for divorce after several decades of marriage, you’ve likely heard the somewhat unfortunate term “gray divorce” that’s used when couples in their 50s or older divorce. Although the term is used regardless of how long a...

4 common financial disputes in marriage

Many couples have frequent conversations about how finances are used. These conversations can become arguments if both spouses in a marriage do not agree on a matter. If a financial issue is not resolved or gets out of hand, then it can spell disaster for a marriage....

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