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Are non-custodial parents entitled to any tax relief?

It goes without saying that one of the most challenging aspects of divorce for most people is not having to make spousal support payments each month, move out of the family home or even split their retirement savings in two. Rather, the hardest thing is adjusting to a life in which they see their children far less often than they are accustomed to or, in legal parlance, becoming a noncustodial parent.

What North Carolina mothers should know about paternity

From shopping for must-have items and scheduling regular trips to the doctor's office to picking a name and preparing the nursery, the days, weeks and months preceding the birth of a child are often nothing less than hectic. Yet no matter how exhausting this can be, these efforts will pay dividends in the long run, as expecting mothers will be able to truly focus once the big day finally arrives.

When it comes to divorce, patience is a virtue

Thanks to advancements in modern technology, instant gratification has recently become the rule of the day -- at least as far as goods and services are concerned. Indeed, with a decent wireless network and a just a few keystrokes, we can order virtually anything from anywhere on the planet and have it on our doorstep within forty-eight hours. Similarly, with just a few swipes of our finger, we can arrange for a ride-sharing company to pick us up virtually anywhere in only a few minutes.

How will my property be divided in a divorce? - II

In our last post, we began discussing how one of the more contentious issues for divorcing couples is property division, and how those unable to reach some sort of agreement on how to divide their assets -- and debts -- will have a court decide for them in accordance with the principles of equitable distribution.   

How will my property be divided in a divorce?

Of all the issues that must be resolved during a divorce, the one that can rapidly become the most complex -- and even the most contentious -- is property division. That's because people not only have the tendency to attach sentimental value to certain property (i.e., the family home), but also to believe that certain property rightfully belongs to them regardless of what the law has to say.

How to help ensure a prenuptial agreement remains enforceable - II

In the days, weeks and months leading up to a wedding, couples will have to complete a seemingly innumerable amount of tasks. In fact, as we started discussing last time, there is at least one more task -- decidedly unromantic in nature -- that experts recommend they consider adding to their lists: the execution of a prenuptial agreement.

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