We asked some of our therapist presenters to share with us: what are some signs people should watch for in children after divorce, signs that indicate the child might need some help adjusting?
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
Many people believe there is a “magic age” when children can choose the parent with whom they prefer to live — or have the right to make that choice.
The cost of divorce is something a lot of people worry about. You already know the costs will mount as you look for a new place to live and begin paying separate bills. How will you get the money to pay a Raleigh divorce attorney whose fees may be hundreds of dollars per hour? You
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.
Kids are often the biggest concern people list when discussing divorce. How will they be affected? What can we do to make it easier?
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.