In North Carolina, only a dependent spouse is eligible to receive alimony following a divorce. What does that mean?
One of the most common questions: where do I begin? Often, this comes from people whose partner asked for a divorce.
How do you tell someone you want a divorce? The way you approach this conversation can set the tone for the next year of separation and your communication in the years that follow.
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.
The Second Saturday Wake County divorce workshop is not just local to Raleigh, NC. Second Saturday was founded in San Diego, Calif. in 1986 by Ginita Wall and Candace Bahr.
Second Saturday Wake County is a divorce workshop located in Raleigh, North Carolina that helps provide resources, advice, and information to people that are contemplating getting a divorce or currently going through the divorce process.
We bounce so many ideas off our partners that we feel we can’t function on our own after divorce. But you can learn to make decisions independently again.
Q: I got worked up to the point of throwing things at my spouse. Will this affect custody? Should I be worried?
To begin the divorce process, you will need proof of personal assets, funds, and debts. Accessing financial information can be difficult if you have never worked outside of the home or kept track of the family finances.