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Does beauty increase the chance of divorce?

If you're going through a divorce, it's likely that your head is spinning with questions like, "What went wrong?" and "Could I have done something different to prevent this?" Some North Carolina residents will even lament their decision to say "I do." But what if your divorce had nothing to do with any of the reasons you're thinking about? What if you're getting a divorce because you're too beautiful?

Divorce: 2 misconceptions to avoid

When you're preparing for divorce, it's always best to stay positive and focused on the future. Breaking down a marriage is never easy on an emotional level -- and it's certainly not easy on a financial or legal level either. There are also some misconceptions, and wrong ways of thinking, that many divorcing spouses fall into in North Carolina. The purpose of this article is to help you avoid two of those misconceptions, which we see in our clients often at Epperson Law.

4 ways to help your children adjust to divorce

Every parent wants his or her child to succeed, and going through a turbulent time doesn't always help a child's self-esteem. As a parent who wants what's best for your little one, it's important to consider how a divorce affects your child. Fortunately, there are ways to include your child and to minimize the child's normal daily activities. Here are four ways you can help your child adjust to divorce.

North Carolina and equitable distribution law

If you're considering divorce in North Carolina, you're probably starting to wonder what will happen in your property division proceedings. How will your assets be divided? Will you or your spouse receive more assets from the marital estate in your divorce?

Good news: Micklenburg County experiences decline in divorces

The last place on Earth you'd expect to get a divorce would be in a town called Weddington. Nevertheless, Mecklenburg County processes more divorces annually than all other counties in the state of North Carolina. Not to fear, however, as this is probably since Mecklenburg is the biggest county our state. Also, the good news is that divorce figures are close to record lows.

How can I get my marriage annulled?

Did you wake up one day and suddenly realize it was time to get a divorce? Probably not. Your decision to divorce no doubt came over a period of time, and you probably deliberated over it for a while before deciding to bring your marriage to a close. However, what if you could annul your marriage, which retroactively cancels your marriage by rendering it invalid -- as if you were never married in the first place?

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