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So What Is “Gray Divorce”?

It may seem that couples who have been through most of life's major milestones and faced hardships together are more likely to stay married, but the demographic trend of "gray divorces" suggests otherwise. There can be many reasons behind a later-in-life divorce or...

CMS Approves Plan for 2020-2021 School Year

As summer nears its end, many children are facing what may be their biggest fear – going back to school. Some parents too will be facing their own fears (and no, it's not saying goodbye as their child steps onto the bus). The return of school can bring about concerns...

Navigating Your Finances During Divorce

For most, going through a divorce is a stressful and difficult ordeal. Not only are you dealing with your emotions, but you also have your finances and assets to worry about. The logistical side of a divorce is very important but can become overwhelming, so it is...

FAQ’s – Child Custody in North Carolina

In North Carolina, a big deciding factor on who has custody of the child/ren lies in what is best for the child/ren. However, it is not always that simple. Below are some frequently asked questions about child custody in North Carolina. I was not involved much in my...

FAQ’s – Divorce in North Carolina

To a lot of people, the word “divorce” conjures up images of spiteful husbands and wives battling it out over any little thing they can think of for months or maybe even years. Stereotypically, divorces are seen as being drawn out and downright dreadful. However,...

Coronavirus & Custody: Co-Parenting After Quarantine

Going Back to Normal: A New Challenge For Divorced Parents? As we near the fourth consecutive month of being encouraged to stay at home as much as possible, a lot of Americans are becoming more restless. People are eager to resume their social lives even though it may...

Prenups: No Longer Just For the Rich & Famous!

With the recent surge in unemployment due to COVID-19, people are less certain than ever about the security of their money and assets. This is something that couples should keep in mind when planning for the future together. Prenups, also known as prenuptial...

Exploring Alternative Dispute Resolution

You've Waited This Long....But Are You Prepared to Wait Some More? As of today, the Mecklenburg County Courthouse has been reopened to the public for one week. To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, the courthouse is taking extra measures to comply with all health...

Justice For All

Our Statement of Solidarity: In light of the recent political unrest that has made waves across our already pandemic-stricken nation, Hatcher Law Group remains committed to fostering a welcoming and inclusive environment for anyone that walks through our doors.   ...

The Impact of Confinement on a Marriage

When we look back on the COVID-19 Pandemic, what non-health related statistics will come with it? Which ones will stand out? If the United States follows suit with China, divorce rates will be on the rise. Is it possible that being confined with your spouse for an...