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 […]

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 […]