If you are like a lot of divorcing spouses in North Carolina, you and your partner own a house together. What has been your family home may now be turning into just an asset on paper and the future ownership of that asset needs to be determined. It is understandable when one person wants to keep the house after a divorce, especially if you have children together. Allowing the kids to stay in their home can provide some stability for them.
Telling friends and family about your divorce can be challenging, even under the best of circumstances. It's natural that you'll want to keep some personal matters within your closest social circle, but at some point, you will need to make a general announcement to others. Psychology Today offers the following tips on how you can break the news.