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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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Separation 101: High-Income Earners

Your salary has benefited your family for a long time. But now that you’re thinking about a separation, you need to understand how your income will cover your new bills and still meet North Carolina’s requirements for alimony, child support,…

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Separation 101: Business Owners

When you decide to separate from or divorce your spouse, you may be thinking about your day-to-day life, your children, and your future. What you may not consider right away is your business, but you should. North Carolina business owners…

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Separation 101: Primary Wage Earners

When you separate from your spouse, you may feel like you’re beginning a new, better chapter in your life. That is understandable and an excellent way to look at most separations in North Carolina. But state law dictates various details…

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Separation 101: Stay-at-Home Spouses

It finally happened; you hit your breaking point. Now, you know your relationship is toxic, and you need to get out of it. You need to separate from your spouse. As a stay-at-home spouse, what you do next is extremely…

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Divorce In North Carolina: What You Need To Know

A book by Jonathan Breeden