How can you find balance in emotional support during divorce?
Raleigh Divorce Law Blog
by jenae.winter@thomsonreuters.com
3d ago
Going through a divorce is often a time when you need as much support from your loved ones as you can get. Yet, the end of your marriage can create a lack of such support – especially regarding the support you got from your spouse. Here are a few things that North Carolina residents should consider to ensure they find the support they need. Understand: You may be stuck between give-and-take Frequently, a divorce can leave you in a tough position when it comes to receiving and providing emotional support. You may find yourself caught between: Losing the emotional support of a spouse: You may ha ..read more
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How the cost of living crisis factors into divorce
Raleigh Divorce Law Blog
by jenae.winter@thomsonreuters.com
3d ago
During your marriage, you may be used to a certain standard of living and certain comforts that a dual-income household can afford. However, after a divorce, the financial landscape of your future can change drastically. Even if your own income is comfortable, you must still consider external factors that can affect your financial health in a single-income household after dividing your marital property. According to various news sources, the rising cost of living is one factor that individuals in North Carolina and across the nation must take into account. How can inflation have an impact? Rep ..read more
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How can a divorce impact one’s social life?
Raleigh Divorce Law Blog
by jenae.winter@thomsonreuters.com
1w ago
A divorce is not merely a legal process of ending a marriage. It is a decision that has a widespread effect on nearly every aspect of your life. There are many changes to anticipate. At the moment, you may have more concerns regarding your family’s future and your financial health. However, the effect on your social life can also be significant. What should you know as you navigate the end of your marriage? One relationship ending can impact others Humans are social creatures. Fulfilling relationships of all kinds help us to thrive. When you divorce, the relationship with your spouse might not ..read more
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Telling the kids about divorce? Consider their point of view
Raleigh Divorce Law Blog
by jenae.winter@thomsonreuters.com
1M ago
When you inform your children about the decision to divorce, you should expect them to ask many questions. It will be critical to prepare yourself to answer these questions with compassion and care. One way to do so is to take time to understand your child’s perspective and thought processes. First, know the psychology A very normal stage of psychological development that children go through is often referred to as egocentric thinking or self-centered thinking. This does not mean children are being selfish. Simply put, younger children in this stage often find it difficult to consider a situat ..read more
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What’s it worth? An important question to answer in divorce.
Raleigh Divorce Law Blog
by jenae.winter@thomsonreuters.com
1M ago
Dividing your assets is often one of the most pressing matters in your divorce. It brings along with it a long list of questions, regarding ownership and value. Finding the answer to what each asset is worth will be critical – though the process can be complicated. In many cases, you will have to obtain an appraisal for certain assets. Why get assets appraised? Determining what your marital assets are worth is a critical step in divorce. Seeking an appraisal of assets is key in this process, as it can help: Get an informed valuation: You may have some idea of what certain assets are worth. How ..read more
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3 steps to take online during divorce
Raleigh Divorce Law Blog
by jenae.winter@thomsonreuters.com
1M ago
Perhaps you are very active on your social media account. Or maybe you only post once in a while. No matter how active you are on your accounts, you must take steps to protect yourself online. As we discussed in a past blog post, social media plays a significant role – and poses a serious risk – in today’s divorces. So, here are three things you should consider in the process of ending your marriage. 1. Do not make your emotions public Psych Central indicates that you should not post on social media when you are emotional. That guidance applies to everyone, but it is an especially important ru ..read more
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How can you maximize your parenting time?
Raleigh Divorce Law Blog
by jenae.winter@thomsonreuters.com
1M ago
There is a long list of factors you must consider when you establish a parenting plan and parenting time. Location, family schedules and, most importantly, your child’s best interests will all play an important role in your custody arrangement. As we discussed in a previous blog post, the other factors that have a claim on your time, such as your work, can also affect your parenting time. Managing your time and balancing all of your tasks can be a challenge. So, what can you do to make the most of the time you have with your kids? Of course, the parenting plan affects time This is an important ..read more
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Consistency is the key in co-parenting
Raleigh Divorce Law Blog
by jenae.winter@thomsonreuters.com
2M ago
There are many details that co-parents need to plan for when raising their children, both large and small. However, those small details can have a considerable impact on a child’s life. For example, the matter of consistency may seem small at first, but it is a very important aspect co-parents must consider. Routine is good for kids In general, healthy routines can reduce stress for people of all ages. Children especially often thrive when they have a daily routine. It offers a sense of security. When children know what to expect during their day, they often exhibit fewer behavioral issues and ..read more
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Does debt lead to divorce?: Part 2
Raleigh Divorce Law Blog
by jenae.winter@thomsonreuters.com
2M ago
Money may not be everything, but there is no doubt that it has a significant impact on our daily lives. Paying monthly bills and repaying loans may take up a large portion of your income. Debt is a stressor for many people in North Carolina, as well as in many relationships. In a past blog post, we discussed the statistics of how many couples said debt could potentially influence the decision to end a relationship. A recent study seems to confirm that reality. What does the study show? U.S. News and World Report conducted a survey in January of divorced individuals across the nation. In this s ..read more
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Is there really a “right time” to divorce?
Raleigh Divorce Law Blog
by jenae.winter@thomsonreuters.com
2M ago
Now that the holiday season has come to a close, your daily life returns to normal. It is often during this time of year that many studies say filings for divorce increase, often because of that return to normalcy. Whether or not January warrants the title of being the “divorce month” or not, it can lead many people to wonder if there is a right time to file for divorce. What you should actually consider The actual time or date on the calendar may not be the right thing to consider when debating a divorce. The factors you should evaluate to help you decide when to take this step, however, can ..read more
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