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 […]

NC divorce attorneys discuss: Romantic relationships shrink friendship circles

/// 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 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 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 […]

North Carolina Divorce Attorneys report: Salary differences lead to role changes, infidelity risks

/// 08/30/2010 It is not uncommon for a woman to out-earn her male counterpart. Nor is it uncommon for spouses to commit acts of infidelity. As both scenarios are commonly discussed, analyzed and predicted, a new study has found a correlation between the two. According to a study done by a Cornell University graduate student, […]

North Carolina family lawyers report: Divorce doesn’t have to mean default on a home mortgage loan or equity line.

/// 07/14/2010 When finances become tangled up in divorce, defaulting on a home loan is almost never the right answer and can turn a major asset into a liability. The Raleigh, North Carolina divorce attorneys of Gailor Wallis and Hunt discuss available options to keep a house out of foreclosure during a divorce.   According […]

North Carolina Divorce Attorneys Report: Men suffer from relationship woes too

/// 07/13/2010 Amid the feuding and rumblings of a relationship in trouble, both partners undoubtedly experience anguish in some form or another. Whether a partner experiences sadness, depression or anger, these emotions are natural reactions to a stressful situation. A recently released study from Wake Forest University brought to light that feelings of anguish experienced […]

Raleigh Divorce Attorneys Discuss: Effects of saying thank you

/// 06/16/2010 North Carolina family lawyers of Gailor, Wallis and Hunt present:   Saying thank you may not just be a useful sign of courtesy to teach your children, it may actually positively affect every relationship you have.   North Carolina divorce attorneys of Gailor, Wallis and Hunt reveal a recent study that has found […]

Raleigh Divorce Lawyer educate: Prenuptial agreements and protecting assets

/// 06/10/2010 The North Carolina Family law firm of Gailor, Wallis and Hunt reports information on marriage and divorce rates for North Carolinians and present solutions to for make marriages work. Spring is in the air, which means the wedding season is upon us. While couples are happily planning dinners and parties in celebration of […]

Raleigh NC divorce attorneys discuss a spouse’s legal rights with domestic violence

03/19/2010   The number of domestic violence cases in North Carolina is staggering, with 1 in 5 women having been sexually assaulted at some point in their lives, according to the NC Department of Health and Human Services. Unfortunately, domestic violence occurs across all demographics, virtually changing the lives of spouses and children forever. Removing […]