North Carolina Divorce Lawyers Discuss Cohabitation, Remarriage and Shared Assets

/// 01/24/2011   In a nation where the rate of divorce hovers at 50 percent and instances of remarriage and cohabitation grow at a slow but steady rate, questions on  post-divorce finances  in cohabitating relationships  as well as second or third marriages frequently arise. Whether it is a question of benefits received from a divorced […]

North Carolina Divorce Attorneys Report on Correlation Between Angina and Stressful Relationships

/// 01/10/2011   In an effort to inform feuding couples of the effects of stress from troubled marital and familial relationships, the Raleigh family law attorneys of Gailor, Wallis & Hunt present the findings of a study aimed at examining the correlation between family stress and severe chest pain. North Carolina divorce lawyers report: WebMD […]

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

/// 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 […]

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

/// 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 a New Study on Relationship Expectations and Realities

/// 10/27/2010 According to new research from the University of Sheffield in  England, and the University of Montpellier in France, most men and women express different mating preferences towards body morphology than the actual physique of their partners. According to the study, published the week of September 27, 2010, in the Journal PLos ONE, men […]

North Carolina divorce lawyers report: Rate of children raised by grandparents rises

/// 10/13/2010 As the family law attorneys of Gailor, Wallis and Hunt have previously documented, the recession that the United States is suffering and with which American families must continue to struggle with has changed many things for Americans. For families, job losses have led to financial downsizing, relocation,separation of spouses, loss of homes and […]

North Carolina Divorce Lawyers Discuss Domestic Violence: Abused Mothers Face Long Road to Recovery

/// 09/23/2010 The North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence defines domestic violence as a pattern of coercion and control by one party in an intimate relationship against the other. Domestic abuse includes physical, sexual, emotional or economic offenses. As is common knowledge, situations of domestic abuse often become dangerous and even deadly.  According to the […]

North Carolina divorce attorneys explain: Odds of divorce for long-term marriages

/// 07/26/2010 The announcement of the Gore divorce was surprising for many. As a couple who openly expressed their love and affection for each other on the 2000 campaign trail, we as a nation looked up to them as quintessential couple in a lengthy marriage. They were the parents of adult children who still held […]

North Carolina Divorce Attorneys Report: Financial reasons that lead to divorce

The decline in the nation’s economy has led many people across the country to re-evaluate their lifestyles. Whether the current financial situation has affected you drastically or just on a minor level, one thing can be said for both: money is a driving force behind many actions we take in life. The recent deterioration in […]