The question about how psychological domestic violence affects divorce came up in one of our workshops this year, and we felt it important to share some thoughts.
Most people know that if you’re thinking about divorce, a lawyer is one of your first calls. But some of our participants have asked, “When is the best time to consult an attorney?”
We wondered, has divorce changed in 20 years? We asked Jenny Bradley, who has worked as a divorce lawyer in Wake County during that time.
We asked some of our volunteer lawyers to share answers to questions including What Divorce Mistake Do People Make that Can Affect the Outcome?
We find that a lot of our Second Saturday Workshop participants are under the impression that they have to go through the court system to settle their divorce case. This is not true. There are other options, such as mediation, which gives you a bit more control. Mediation is a method used in alternate dispute
North Carolina recognizes marital misconduct as a reason for legal separation; it can also leverage the post-separation support. No matter what form of misconduct your spouse may have committed (or still be committing), you may want to gather some evidence to aid your case. However, you have to be careful about getting this information. Collecting
Second Saturday Wake County’s divorce workshop is presented each month with the help of volunteers. Jenny Bradley, a family law attorney, explains why she joined the team.
Nesting agreements between divorcing parents are becoming more common. Here are some pros and cons if you are considering this arrangement.
If the parents have 50/50 custody, can one parent be required to pay child support to the other parent?
During our monthly divorce workshop, we received a question about health insurance and one about the legal documents required for separation. Here are the answers.