The process of legally separating from your spouse can be very expensive. One of the main concerns we hear each month in our divorce workshop is: How much will divorce cost?
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?”
You’re left wondering what you did, what you didn’t do, what you said, or didn’t say. How did it come to this? Why would he leave me for her?
Many couples going through a divorce own a home to divide as part of their assets or debts. But what if you just purchased that home or property?
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?
Not long ago in our divorce workshop, someone asked the simple (and yet complicated) question: “What do I get half of?
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