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Why is it Important to Consider Your Will When Going Through a Divorce?

In Separation & Divorce by Elizabeth Stephenson

When you are in the midst of a separation or divorce, your main concerns are likely your children’s well-being, how your property will be divided and how this will affect you financially. All of these certainly are immensely important to address, but one area that you may neglect is planning for you and your children or grandchildren’s financial future and possible health issues you may incur as a “single person”. An Absolute Divorce is the legal term for obtaining a divorce in North Carolina. North Carolina is a no fault state; meaning the grounds for asking the Court to enter a judgment for an Absolute Divorce is that you have been separated 366 consecutive days (a year and one day) from your spouse and have the intent to remain separate and …