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Over 1,500 divorces were granted in the state of North Dakota in 2007. If you are going through a difficult time in your marriage, and a considering separation or divorce, you’re probably feeling the stress and uncertainty that are common in these situations. The information that follows is meant to assist you in finding answers, with links to North Dakota divorce laws governing the divorce process, separation, divorce and finances, child custody and support, North Dakota divorce resources, and North Dakota divorce attorneys. You will also find comprehensive articles on general divorce topics such as divorce and taxes, divorce and estate planning, and divorce and premarital agreements. You might find it helpful to get a general background in divorce law before moving to the specific North Dakota divorce laws. For a list of our general divorce articles, see North Dakota Divorce Laws & Resources and look for the list of FreeAdvice Divorce Articles.
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