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12 Apr
Divorce is a very personal experience.  Each and every one of us experiences it differently.  Some of us mourn the loss of the relationship.  Some of us celebrate it.  Some feel a great sense of liberation.  Others are full of grief.  Still...
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28 Mar
In North Carolina, a power of attorney is a document which allows someone you trust to act as your legal agent. North Carolina recognizes both a health care power of attorney and a financial power of attorney. A health care power of...
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22 Mar
What is a Juvenile Emancipation? A juvenile emancipation is a legal mechanism that frees a minor child from control of his or her parents.  It also frees the parents from certain responsibilities and obligations to the child. What Does it Do? An...
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8 Feb
In December 2017, a new law affecting alimony across the country was enacted. The changes went into effect on December 31, 2018. Read on below to find out more about what the changes are and why they matter to your alimony case....
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1 Feb
It’s smart to make a budget when you’re thinking about separating. Once you separate, your family will have the same amount of income but twice the amount of expenses. There will be two mortgages (or rent payments), two power bills, two water...
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Raleigh Divorce blogBecoming informed about your rights is the first step in determining whether you need an attorney or can resolve your divorce on your own.  The aim of the BPW Raleigh divorce blog is to provide people going through a divorce with information that can assist you in your time of need.   We believe that it is not our job as attorneys to convince you that you need legal assistance.  Many times clients meet with our attorneys and we determine that the involvement of an attorney is premature.  Other times, the cost of an attorney is not a reasonable expense when compared with what is at stake.  We take pride in being honest with clients and not hiding the ball.

Our Raleigh divorce blog contains resources that you can assist you in proceeding with your divorce pro se.  You’ll find information on how to save money during your divorce.  We let you know what to expect so you can make informed decisions about how to move forward.