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How to Map Out an Estate Plan

Estate planning is for everyone, not just a select few. The only time it’s too late to create an estate plan is after you’re gone. That’s why now is just a good a time as any for you to create a plan that protects your assets, your dependents, and yourself. Mapping out an estate plan…

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Retiring After Divorce: What to Know

Any divorce poses unforeseen challenges and uncertain times for the individuals involved. Even when the legal proceedings have concluded, you still need to adjust to your newly single life, and depending on your circumstances, this can be quite a daunting and time-consuming endeavor. Getting a divorce means you may be halving your income and doubling…

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Telling Your Spouse You Want a Divorce

It was never going to be easy. When two people decide to get married, they do so with the assumption they will stay that way for the rest of their lives. “Until death do us part” is one of the most common wedding vows out there. Unfortunately, marriage does not always have a happy ending.…

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Who Is a Good Candidate for Divorce Arbitration?

Divorce is as costly as it is stressful, and as stressful as it is complicated. While there is not always a way to eliminate these hardships, there are voluntary procedures in place that may be able to help mitigate them. It all depends on your individual circumstances and preferences as a couple. In the specific…

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Military Divorce in NC – Your Questions Answered

Divorce is difficult, emotionally taxing and involves a lot of paperwork. When there are children involved, it gets even more complicated. If you serve our country in the United States military, this process becomes even more difficult. Military divorces can be subject to more than one jurisdiction, as well as both state and federal law.…

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Beware of These Signs of Parental Alienation

Divorce can be difficult, and sometimes it can get downright hostile between ex-spouses. When children are involved, co-parents should try to keep their differences to themselves, but in some unfortunate instances, these hostilities can boil over and emotionally impact the children. Parental alienation can have a traumatic and devastating affect on the relationship between a…

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