Couples preparing to get married may discuss the possibility of having a prenuptial agreement drawn up by a family law lawyer Greensboro. A prenuptial agreement is a legal document allowing couples to decide how their assets get divided if they get divorced. Many engaged couples are creating prenuptial agreements due to the change in…
Divorce is often a difficult time for everyone involved, including the grandparents. In some situations, grandparents are not permitted visitation with their grandchildren in the event of a divorce, parental termination of rights, or death of a parent. These situations often leave grandparents wondering how to maintain a relationship with their grandchildren and if…
When a spouse or couple decide to divorce and have children involved, it makes the circumstances more complicated and complex. Greensboro family law practice is seasoned, skilled, trained, and experienced in child support issues. The Law Office of Mercedes O. Chut handles all facets of divorce, including alimony and post-separation support, child support, child support modifications,…
What is Palimony? Palimony is the non-legal term that refers to the division of financial assets and payments of support made to a cohabitating, non-married partner after the relationship ends. The term was first coined by Marvin Mitchelson, in 1977 when he filed a legal suit on behalf of his client Michelle Triola Marvin,…
One of the most controversial issues when dealing with a divorce is property division. You may think that once the divorce is finalized that disputes will have come to an end. However, this is not always the case. At least one of the parties will have to get their personal property back from the…
Getting married and starting a life with someone you care deeply about can be a very joyous and momentous occasion. Unfortunately, not all marriages will work out and there can come a time when you need a divorce. When you are going through a divorce in the area, hiring a Greensboro family law attorney is…