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4 Steps to Help Children Navigate Divorce

4 Steps to Help Children Navigate Divorce

Normally, Johnny is excited about Christmas. In the past, he always celebrated Christmas at his house, receiving one special “early” gift on Christmas Eve. He put out cookies for Santa with his mom before his dad tucked him into bed. But this year is different. Johnny...

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Resolving Parenting Conflicts with Your Ex 

Resolving Parenting Conflicts with Your Ex 

When a relationship or marriage full of conflict ends, many of the struggles may be resolved or fade away. But co-parenting after divorce or separation can create new challenges as parents learn to navigate a new kind of relationship in which they are no longer...

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Inconceivable: This Post is About Joey Votto

Inconceivable: This Post is About Joey Votto

Inconceivable indeed . . . but that's exactly who we're writing about this month. Fine, by the way, if you have no idea who Joey Votto is, especially after the baseball shut down. We'll fill you in. Here are the essential Joey Votto facts: he's Canadian; the...

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Hard Truths

Hard Truths

Decision-making does little if it's not based on all the facts. The facts are only available when there's communication. That communication has to be honest regardless of how tough the truth is.  Here's a perfect illustration of that hard truth: Allan J. McDonald died...

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Premarital Agreements in North Carolina

Premarital Agreements in North Carolina

You Have One: Even If You Don’t Know It If you’re currently married or have been married in the past, you’ve been there: at the altar staring at the love of your life, looking forward to the future years of marital bliss. A premarital agreement is probably the last...

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Will You Have to Pay Alimony to Your Ex-Spouse?

Will You Have to Pay Alimony to Your Ex-Spouse?

It is easy to get overwhelmed at the sheer amount of factors you have to consider once you decide that you and your ex-spouse should separate. One of the first things that most people think about when they decide to file for divorce is the age-old question: "Will I...

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Should I Keep the House?

Should I Keep the House?

When going through a separation, you must answer many questions and make many careful decisions about your future. This includes the, 'should I try to keep the house in my divorce?' question.  And there is often more than “one right answer.” Of course, there are...

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