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Why some couples might want a prenuptial agreement

Before getting married, soon-to-be spouses in Charlotte might want to consider the benefits of getting a prenuptial agreement. Despite its negative reputation, a prenup can actually open the lines of communication for a couple. For a prenup to be valid, both people must get legal counsel, and neither may conceal any financial assets.

More older Americans choose divorce

The face of divorce for people in North Carolina and around the country may be a young couple. However, it is becoming increasingly common for couples in the baby boomer generation and older to choose divorce. Since 1990, the divorce rate among Americans aged 50 and up has doubled. In the same period, the same rate for people aged 65 and older has tripled. There is a wide range of factors that can contribute to this seemingly surprising fact about older Americans' marital relationships.

Divorce rates connected to wedding date choices

People in Charlotte planning for their weddings and setting a date for the marriage rarely think about divorce during the occasion. There are a number of reasons why people may choose a particular wedding date; in some cases, it is convenient for the couple's family and friends, and in other cases, it marks an anniversary or other significant occasion. Couples may even choose a wedding date in order to save on their venue costs. However, couples who choose a romantic holiday or other particular date for their wedding may have a higher likelihood of divorce down the line. This is reflected in the findings of one study conducted by researchers at the University of Melbourne.

Addicted parents should seek treatment to keep their kids

Charlotte has not been spared its casualties in the opioid crisis that's sweeping across the United States. In fact, here in North Carolina, almost 40 percent of the children placed into the foster care system in the past two years landed there primarily due to parental substance abuse, according to one child welfare nonprofit, NC Child.

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