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 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 […]

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 […]