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North Carolina Separation Agreements — Wake County Family Law Attorney

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North Carolina does not require separation agreements for the husband and wife to be considered separated. Generally, however, the best way of outlining each spouse’s obligations is through a properly drafted separation ...

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Collaborative Approach to Separation and Divorce – Raleigh Collaborative Law Attorney

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Just because you are getting separated or divorced, does not mean you need to go to war. Oftentimes in a separation or divorce, spouses begin to view one another as adversaries that should be treated as enemies, even at the ...

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Basics of Equitable Distribution — Apex Family Law Divorce Attorney

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At its most basic, equitable distribution is the court’s process for dividing property in a divorce. It is used when spouses are unable to divide their property themselves. The trial court has a lot of discretion in ...

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Invalidating Separation Agreements and Property Settlement Agreements — Raleigh Divorce Attorney

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At its core, separation agreements and property settlement agreements are contracts. As such, Wake County courts have invalidated such agreements on the same grounds as other contracts might be invalidated under North ...

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Consequences of Separation of Spouses — Raleigh Domestic Family Attorney

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After separation, many family law rights should be immediately asserted or else they may be lost or waived forever. Without a separation agreement or property settlement agreement, various rights and obligations may be ...

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Cary Post Separation Support Family Lawyer — Wake County Alimony Attorney

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Post-separation support is spousal support paid by the supporting spouse to the dependent spouse until the earlier of either the date specified in the order of post-separation support or an order awarding or denying alimony. ...

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