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Important Financial Conversations For Couples
Important Financial Conversations For Couples

North Carolina couples may be more likely to get a divorce if they run into conflicts over money since this is the source of one of the most common disagreements in a marriage. Almost half of all first marriages end in divorce while at least 60 percent of second marriages ...

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  • January Is A Popular Month To Divorce

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