2015

Blog Posts in 2015

  • Divorce Custody & Surviving The Holidays

    The holidays are a time for celebration and spending time together with the ones you love. Every holiday song repeats the message of love, sharing, and family. For a recently-divorced or separated person in North Carolina, however, the holiday time can be especially stressful and difficult. Co-parenting during the holidays can be particularly challenging. So what can you do to try to ensure the ...
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  • Alienation of Affection in NC

    What is Alienation of Affection? North Carolina is one of only a few states that recognizes the tort of alienation of affection . Alienation of affection allows a spouse to sue a third party for wrongful acts that deprived him or her of the love and affection of his or her spouse. While this tort can be used to sue any third party, including meddling in-laws, it is typically used to sue a spouse’s ...
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  • Filing For Divorce in North Carolina: Process and Costs

    Going through a divorce can be a stressful and complicated experience. Regardless of the length of your marriage, a divorce judgment has numerous legal implications. Speaking with a North Carolina family law attorney when considering a divorce will help you understand the divorce process, the cost of divorce, the potential pitfalls, and the legal effect of obtaining a divorce. Every divorce is as ...
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  • Divorce vs. Legal Separation in NC; which is better?

    What is the difference between absolute divorce and legal separation in North Carolina ? The former concludes in a final judgment dissolving the marriage, while the latter can usually be reversed simply by entering into a new agreement with your spouse and/or resuming living together as a married couple. In order to obtain a divorce in North Carolina, the parties must be separated for a period of ...
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  • Separation in North Carolina

    Before the court will grant an absolute divorce in North Carolina , one must be legally separated for over one year. The date of legal separation is considered to be the date on which one or both parties move from the marital residence to a separate location with the intention of a permanent separation. One cannot live under the same roof as a spouse and be legally separated, even if a separation ...
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