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Man claims dog is all he has left after divorce

When you go through a divorce, it's important to negotiate for as many financial assets as possible. You want to negotiate for your home or property, but it's not always a good idea. It's a good idea to be fair, and getting property may seem like it is, but it's also vital that you get what you need to survive. If you choose assets like your home or property without the necessary income or financial assets to support it, then you could find yourself in a difficult position later.

Foster children moving into family homes faster in Sampson County

Although the state of North Carolina has seen a massive increase in the number of children in foster care, one county has been able to lower its numbers. Sampson County has fewer than 90 children in foster care despite the growing number of children in foster care around the state.

North Carolina struggles with foster care and adoption issues

If you've hoped to adopt, now may be the time to look into it. North Carolina has more children in foster care today than it has had in the last 10 years. This is a significant problem and one the state needs to address as soon as possible. One of the state's largest adoption agencies has decided to make changes to reduce the number of children waiting in foster care in hopes of bringing the ever-growing number of waiting children down.

What are some things to include in a prenuptial agreement?

A prenuptial agreement is sometimes looked at with disdain, but the truth is that this is an important document that can save you time and money if you ever go through a divorce. A prenuptial agreement has many important pieces of information listed inside. For instance, it may state all your premarital assets and debts, so you can identify them easily upon divorce.

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