A few skilled negotiations can often shorten the divorce process and help everyone come out a winner -- or, at least, not too unhappy about the results. However, a wrong move by either party can turn negotiations into a nightmare rather quickly.
It's never acceptable for someone to harass or abuse another human being.
A jilted husband utilized a little-known North Carolina law to sue his ex-wife's boyfriend -- and won a judgment of more than $8 million for alienation of affection.
Child support is one of the thorniest issues between couples. Whether you pay it or receive it, the odds are good that you aren't happy with the amount.
Financial experts have an important piece of advice for unmarried couples who are just embarking down the road of life together: Keep your finances separate.
Does your marriage come with an expiration date? Couples usually don't start a marriage expecting it to fall apart, but divorce attorneys say that there are some early predictors that spell doom for a marriage.
In this day of no-fault divorce, the courts no longer need an "acceptable" reason, like bigamy, cruelty or habitual drinking, to let a divorce go through. It's enough to say that you simply don't want to remain married any longer. However, due process still requires that the other spouse be served adequate notice of the divorce and opportunity to respond -- even protest.
In North Carolina, like the rest of the nation, you can get a no-fault divorce fairly easily.
If there is one thing that commonly goes overlooked when divorcing, it is an existing estate plan. After all, divorce is a major upheaval in the lives of all involved and most people have trouble dividing their focus. Worrying about estate planning documents is often the last thing on the minds of divorcing parties. However, it is critical to address these matters as soon as possible once a divorce is finalized.
Nearly everyone in today's world uses social media in some form. We have all become accustomed to sharing certain aspects of our lives on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and a slew of other outlets. In truth, we have grown so comfortable with social media use that we may not recognize its negative effect on divorce and other family law issues.