Divorce proceedings can be messy, especially when children are involved. In a custody trial, some parents might want to include a child's testimony to let the court know which parent they prefer to live with. However, the court highly protects children, and many stipulations are...

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Married couples often use the joint or marital property for investment purposes. In the event of a divorce, dividing some kinds of investments is quite simple. They can separate cash into individual bank accounts, while stock or bond portfolios can be either divided equitably or...

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Do you have questions about parental rights termination? Maybe you're worried about an abusive situation, or you are considering relinquishing parental rights to your child. Each state has parental rights termination laws, including North Carolina. You'll need to contact a North Carolina family attorney for...

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Divorce proceedings can be messy, especially when children are involved. In a custody trial, some parents might want to include a child's testimony to let the court know which parent they prefer to live with. However, the court highly protects children, and many stipulations are...

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North Carolina is one of the few states still requiring alimony payments after a divorce. Here is what you need to know about how long it lasts and when payments will stop. When it comes to divorce, few things are as contentious as alimony. Mercedes...

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For those graced with children, parenting is one of the great delights in their lives. The high spirits, however, come with a remarkable sense of responsibility to take care of them and bring them up correctly. Parental Rights and Custody Every parent should know that...

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Most of the time, people confuse divorce and a separation agreement as both signify the end of a marriage. But are these two concepts the same? If you are getting a divorce in NC, you need to understand the differences between them. The one you...

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When parents choose to divorce, it's important to provide stability and support for their children. However, the process of finding a co-parenting relationship that works for both parents and the kids can be difficult. Here is a co-parenting communication guide that works and some things...

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