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  • What Can I Do If My Ex Won’t Pay Child Support?
    What Can I Do If My Ex Won’t Pay Child Support?

    In 2017, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services reported that an estimated $10 billion in child support goes unpaid each year. That is about 15 million children without monetary support from ...

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  • Do I Need to Be Legally Separated to Divorce in North Carolina?
    Do I Need to Be Legally Separated to Divorce in North Carolina?

    If your marriage is headed toward divorce , you may be wondering, “Do I need to be legally separated to get divorced in North Carolina?” Not all states have legal separations and each state handles ...

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  • Do Circumstances Have to Change for Both Parties to Modify Child Support?
    Do Circumstances Have to Change for Both Parties to Modify Child Support?

    When child support agreements are established after a divorce finalizes, hopefully both parents feel financially stable and their children are able to live happily and with good health. This, of ...

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  • Dependency Exemptions - Who Gets to Claim the Kids on Their Taxes?
    Dependency Exemptions - Who Gets to Claim the Kids on Their Taxes?

    Check out this Forbes article about parents who get divorced and how to claim children for tax exemptions. The author questions whether even fighting over dependency exemptions is a good idea. When ...

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  • SOME TIPS IF YOU ARE THINKING ABOUT SEPARATION OR DIVORCE
    SOME TIPS IF YOU ARE THINKING ABOUT SEPARATION OR DIVORCE

    ADVICE FROM FAMILY AND FRIENDS Your well-meaning family and friends may offer you advice about your case. Frequently such advice is not accurate. The facts surrounding your marriage, divorce, children ...

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  • 5 Ways to Save Money During Your Divorce
    5 Ways to Save Money During Your Divorce

    Legal fees, court costs, alimony, child support. . . going through a separation or divorce doesn’t just take an emotional toll on people, but it can tax their bottom line as well. This common-sense ...

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