Divorce Attorney Law Firm Internet Marketing

September 29, 2011


09/29/2011 Divorce Attorney Law Firm Internet Marketing Searching for divorce attorneys on the Internet would make you come across dozens of family law firms and solo divorce attorneys listed on Google places, or the find law business directories online. Dealing with anyone of these is arduous, as mere listing does not help the client in […]

North Carolina Divorce Attorneys Discusss Nine Signs of Impending Separation and Divorce

January 31, 2011


/// 01/31/2011 Raleigh North Carolina divorce attorneys discuss common attributes of relationships that are nearing their end. The lawyers of Gailor, Wallis & Hunt are considered one of North Carolina’s most accomplished family law firms practicing exclusively in the area of family law and domestic relations litigation. Collectively, the Gailor, Wallis & Hunt attorneys have […]

North Carolina Divorce Lawyers Explain: Changes in Marital Model Should Not Reflect Child Raising Responsibilities

January 10, 2011


/// 01/10/2011 The Pew Research Center recently published findings from a study that examined the American public’s concepts of marriage, family and children. According to the report, “The Decline of Marriage and Rise of New Families,” published November 18, 2010, the number of Americans who are married, or who have been married, has diminished to […]

Raleigh North Carolina Divorce Lawyers Explain Important Financial Considerations during Divorce

December 29, 2010


Raleigh NC (WiredPRNews.com) — The North Carolina divorce attorneys of Gailor, Wallis & Hunt explain that all marriages result in business transactions, such as the purchase of a home, payments on student-loans and investments in the stock market. Just as a marriage results in multiple financial transactions, a divorce results in the dissolution of those […]

North Carolina Divorce Attorneys Present Divorce Funding: Loans to Ensure an Equitable Divorce

December 20, 2010


/// 12/20/2010 Divorce is a financial transaction that will require the splitting of marital assets such as automobiles, homes, businesses, investment funds savings accounts and more. The money required to ensure an equitable settlement, whether by mediation or litigation can be exceptionally expensive, dwindling account balances before a settlement is even reached. While the parties […]

North Carolina Divorce Attorneys Discuss: Single or separated mothers not living alone, but still in poverty

November 23, 2010


/// 11/23/2010 The number of unmarried women who became mothers between June 2007 and June 2008 reached four million, according to a November 4, 2010 report from the U.S. Census Bureau. Of those four million women, 28 percent were living with a partner. The report, Fertility of American Women: 2008, included in its percentage of […]

Divorce and Your 401(k): Raleigh Divorce Attorneys Offer Advice on an Even Split

November 16, 2010


/// 11/16/2010   The family attorneys of Gailor, Wallis and Hunt are noted for their prosecution and defense of complex business valuations and difficult financial disputes in cases of separation and divorce. As all marriages result in business transactions, for example, the buying of a home, payments of student-loans and stock investments; all divorces require […]

NC divorce attorneys discuss: Romantic relationships shrink friendship circles

October 22, 2010


/// 10/18/2010 The North Carolina divorce attorneys of Gailor, Wallis & Hunt recognize that relationships are integral parts of societal living, as most people seek out personal contacts and enjoy some type of relationship, whether cordial friendships or romantic endeavors. Positive relationships help individuals develop a sense of identity and acceptance by others. Negative relationships […]

North Carolina family law attorneys of Gailor, Wallis & Hunt discuss the impact of financial blunders made during divorce process

September 21, 2010


/// 09/17/2010 Working through the divorce process is an unfortunate but necessary task that can consume a substantial amount of your time. Even if you and your estranged spouse are able to avoid litigation by way of mediation or arbitration, the divorce process still requires the spouses involved to obtain a substantial amount of information […]

New York Divorce Mediation Lawyer: Recession & Divorce Doesn’t Mix

August 9, 2010


08/05/2010 New York, NY- Divorce itself is hard on a family and those involved, but because of our downward economy and housing market, unhappy couples are now forced to continue cohabitation. Couples, who have invested in a home after getting married, simply cannot unload their house nor recoup their investment in today’s economic state, as […]

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