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Prenups are for the <s>Birds</s> Millennials
You may have noticed the rising popularity of prenups (also known as prenuptial or premarital agreements). Couples use prenups as a way to come to agreement on various issues like how property will be divided and whether spousal support or alimony will be paid (if at all) in the event of divorce. Talking about these issues may not be fun, especially as an additional item on your wedding checklist, but these agreements can be very worth your while. 
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Cryptocurrency: The Cloak of Invisibility for Deceptive Spouses Going through a Divorce
Cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin, has been in the headlines for a while now and many people are still unsure of what it really is and how it impacts our economy. Not only is cryptocurrency changing the way people around the world invest their money, but cryptocurrency is also changing the way husbands and wives are hiding assets.
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Staying Financially Sound During Your Divorce
The division of assets and debts can be a complex task in a divorce. Whether you anticipate your divorce will be amicable or contentious, you should thoroughly evaluate your financial situation with a family law attorney. No matter your circumstance, there are several important checklist items to keep in mind.
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Let’s Go To Mediation – Part 3: The Ins and Outs of Mediation
Considering mediation or want to learn more about it? Family law attorney and certified North Carolina Family Financial Mediator, Dan Lewis, answers six of the most commonly asked mediation questions.
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Do Grandparents Have Visitation Rights?
For grandparents seeking visitation with their grandchildren, timing is crucial. Hatcher Law Group attorney Ryan Van Horn explains how a grandparent's rights are determined.
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 The Best Interests of Your Child: How to Improve Decision-Making with Your Co-Parent
As divorced or separated parents, it is not uncommon to disagree on what is in your child’s best interests. If you struggle to reach decisions with your co-parent, read our tips on what is most important to consider.
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Testimony in a Custody Dispute: How to Answer the Tough Questions
When it comes to cross-examination, preparation is key. Hatcher Law Group attorney, Chrissy Melvin shares important tips to keep in mind.
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Courtney H. Smith offers advice and resources available to help victims of domestic violence.
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Summer Vacation: Tips for Surviving the Summer as a Divorced or Separated Parent
The end of school is approaching and you may be looking forward to summer vacations with your children. If you are recently separated or divorced, read our tips on how to split time with your co-parent during the summer.
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Make Time for a Consultation Now.  You’ll Thank Us Later.
If you have a potential family law matter, there are many reasons why you should not go at it alone. Paralegal Christy Kaliner explains why it is imperative to seek legal advice first.
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