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May 2017 Archives

Various factors are part of a so-called 'gray divorce"

Statistics tracking the number of divorces in the United States are delving more deeply into the end of a marriage and why it comes about. One that is growing in frequency is the so-called "gray divorce", one that involves people age 50 and older. For couples in Charlotte, knowing the warning signs of when a divorce might be imminent is vital to preparing for the emotions and legal issues that accompany it.

Political divorce filings are soaring after Trump's election

A report suggests that couples in North Carolina and around the country have found it difficult to put their political differences aside after Donald Trump's election. Family law attorneys have reported a surge in politically motivated divorce filings since Trump prevailed in November, and Wakefield Research decided to poll Americans to find out how living under the Trump administration has influenced their relationships.

How to handle another parent's substance abuse

Charlotte divorced parents might wonder what they should do if they learn their former spouse is abusing drugs or alcohol. Courts generally learn about a parent's substance abuse in one of three ways. It may come up in a custody hearing, it might be reported to social services, or it might be reported directly to the court.

Study says ignition interlock devices save lives

Charlotte-area drivers who are convicted of drunk driving only have a mandatory requirement to put an ignition interlock device on their vehicle if they have a blood alcohol content at or above 0.15. However, according to a study that appeared in the "American Journal of Preventive Medicine", in states that have mandatory ignition interlock device laws for people with drunk driving convictions at lower blood alcohol levels, lives are saved.

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