Life after divorce will not be easy, but it is possible to begin again no matter your age.
Divorces are difficult for spouses, but they can be especially difficult for children to endure. Watching mom and dad argue can be draining, even if parents only want what’s best for their kids. Teenagers are old enough to have a better understanding of the situation but are not always in support of their parents’ decision
Despite any animosity that may be present between you and your ex, it is essential to determine who is financially responsible for various aspects of raising your children.
A high-conflict spouse only creates negativity when dealing with divorce. Here’s how you can make your interactions with him/her more manageable.
When a couple shares children, custody agreements can become a problematic part of the divorce process. In some cases, couples reach an arrangement on their own, but not always. In some cases, custody battles must be taken to court, where an outcome is determined as a result of many factors. The actions and behavior of both parents will be considered in these hearings and can have a significant impact on the results.
Asset division can spike the already-raised tensions of divorce, but with a patient mindset and the right planning, you can survive the process.
After a long-term marriage, divorce can often seem like the end of a life you once knew. You began your marriage planning for forever, but what you thought was permanent turned out to be temporary. While this can seem like the end, it can also be viewed as a new beginning.
What is a separation agreement, and are you and your spouse required to have one before filing for divorce in North Carolina? Read to find out!
One of our divorce workshop attendees recently asked about alimony and other financial considerations when getting a divorce after retirement age. “He has more saved for retirement than I do,” she said. And that’s a typical concern at this stage.
If you’re struggling to separate emotionally from your ex, read our strategies on how to manage your feelings and move forward.