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Co-parenting 101: Be a Parent, Not a Friend

Co-parenting after divorce or separation is about being a parent. It’s not about becoming your child’s friend. Your children did not have a say in your decision. And they can’t do anything about what has happened. They are essentially along…

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Relationship Deal Breaker? Financial Deceit

Financial deceit in a relationship is incredibly toxic but usually best addressed through honest communication. But in our more than 20 years of handling North Carolina divorce cases in Johnston, Harnett, and Wake Counties, we know this is not always…

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Relationship Deal Breaker: Adultery

Adultery can cause terrible pain in a marriage and is often considered the ultimate relationship deal-breaker. In our more than 20 years of handling North Carolina divorce cases in Johnston, Harnett, and Wake Counties, we know how devastating infidelity can…

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How Divorced Parents Should Split Holidays

Working out a parenting plan can be challenging. Once you’ve figured out a regular schedule, you also need a plan for sharing holidays. Holidays are emotional times, so splitting them can be hard. It can also be confusing to understand…

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When to Call Witnesses in Your Divorce

There are several reasons why you may want to call a witness in your divorce, and you are typically allowed to do so. But calling witnesses should be done carefully and for a purpose. After all, you don’t want to…

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Divorce In North Carolina: What You Need To Know

A book by Jonathan Breeden

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