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

/// 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 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 Attorneys Discuss: Single or separated mothers not living alone, but still in poverty

/// 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 […]

The North Carolina family law attorneys of Gailor, Wallis and Hunt offer tips for successful cohabitation relationships.

/// 11/09/2010 The debate between cohabitation and waiting to live together until marriage is a widely discussed topic. Years of research have attempted to discover whether living together before marriage proves beneficial in the long run. Institutions, such as the Center for Disease Control and the Pew Research Center, find the likelihood of relationships ending […]

North Carolina Divorce Attorneys Report: Study reveals patterns of marital conflict can predict divorce

/// 10/21/2010 As high divorce rates remain relatively steady across the country, the quest to understand what causes the separation of a husband and wife continues. Whether an individual is planning to, or has already entered marriage, understanding what causes divorce can contribute to a healthy marriage. The divorce lawyers of Gailor, Wallis & Hunt […]

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 […]

Raleigh family lawyers report: A questionable economy and steady divorce rate demands premarital contracts

/// 09/29/2010 According to the Pew Research Center, hard times have hit approximately 55 percent of adults, as workers have suffered from extended unemployment, pay cuts or reduction in work hours since 2007. This downward momentum for the American worker has been termed “The Great Recession” and sparked studies across the country on its effect […]

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

/// 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 […]

NC divorce lawyers explain: ADHD may be a cause of relationship woes

If your marriage seems to be plagued by constant forgetfulness and inattention, leaving you or your spouse aggravated and resentful, it may be time to address the possibility of ADHD playing a role in your relationship. As Tara Parker-Pope of The New York Times puts it, “Your marriage may be suffering from attention deficit hyperactivity […]

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 […]