How do I protect myself after a custody order goes into place?

May 25, 2018

When you have a North Carolina child custody order, it stays into place until the court changes it or until the children reach the age of majority. Parents often wonder what they can do to follow the rules and stay out of trouble. Here’s what you should do to protect yourself when you have a […]

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What If the Other Side Doesn’t Respond to My Discovery Request?

May 18, 2018

Getting a fair deal in your North Carolina divorce case means having a complete picture of the assets and liabilities in your marriage. If you’re not sure what assets and liabilities exist, you don’t know what to ask the judge to order. In a divorce case, the judgment of divorce is the most important document. […]

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What Does It Mean to Get Divorced in North Carolina?

May 11, 2018

We all know what it means to get divorced. But you might not know exactly what getting divorced in North Carolina really means when it comes to your rights and obligations. Here’s what you need to know about what it means to get divorced in North Carolina: Extinguishing a Legal Relationship When you get divorced, […]

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When does child support end?

May 04, 2018

When you first get divorced, you’re likely not thinking about how long child support lasts. You’re probably only thinking about how to get it started. However, when you’re working on your divorce case, it’s important to understand when child support ends under North Carolina law. When you understand the law, you know how to plan […]

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Does North Carolina Have a Presumption of Joint Custody?

April 24, 2018

Legislators throughout the United States are introducing bills for joint custody. The bills state that the courts should presume that it’s best for the children to have equal time with both parents unless there are exceptional circumstances in the case. When both parents live in the same community and there’s no reason to believe that […]

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