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February 2016 Archives

Is legal separation or divorce better?

If you're considering a divorce or legal separation due to money, you're likely wondering which one will be cheaper for you in the long run. Living separately before you get a divorce, which is what some call a trial separation, can help you decide if you really want to get a divorce. Some people decide to stay separated, and at that point, they can either decide to get a divorce or be legally separated. They may simply live apart and never get a divorce or legal separation at all.

Have same-sex marriages harmed traditional marriage?

Here's an interesting fact: The number of divorces in North Carolina fell dramatically after same-sex marriages were legalized. That is an interesting fact because of the way the media and conservatives suggested that legalizing same-sex marriages would hinder the rights of opposite-sex couples and hurt the institution of marriage. After many court battles and lawsuits, attorneys for same-sex marriage and the United States Supreme Court were able to legalize marriage equality throughout the country.

Custody in North Carolina: The basics

If you're seeking a divorce, child custody provisions are probably on your mind. Who is going to have a better chance of being the main provider for your child? Will you have your child living with you, or will the child's other parent get to have primary custody? Your attorney can help you make your case for keeping custody of your child, but some common information may help you better understand the situation.

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