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20 Do’s and Don’ts for Surviving Divorce

Story courtesy of The Survivor’s Club Divorce can be a very confusing, often difficult time. And after the papers have been signed, things have been moved, and lives have been uprooted, nothing every really goes back to being the same. If you’ve recently been divorced, you may find yourself looking for a new home, or managing … Continue reading

Divorce and the Holidays: How to Survive

If you are in the middle of a divorce or recently survived the storm facing the holidays may make you seem a little blue. It might be the first time you have not had your children on Thanksgiving. You might find it hard to sing “Joy to the World“. Maybe those Christmas tunes you always … Continue reading

Home From the War to Find A Child Was Born

A couple have an affair. The man leaves for Iraq. While he’s gone the woman has his child. For whatever reasons she doesn’t tell him. She gives the child to her parents to raise. Four years later the man returns from Iraq and learns he has a child. He immediately quit his job and moved … Continue reading

Beware Leaving Your Children With Family

In Hinton-Lynch v. Frierson, the N.C. Court of Appeals in a matter of first impression held that a mother who had left her child with her parents for four months could not prevail on her claim for kidnapping or interference with custody.  The mother who had legal custody of the child pursuant to a Georgia court order, left your child … Continue reading

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