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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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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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Property Settlement Agreement’s and Public Policy — Raleigh Divorce Lawyer

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North Carolina courts will enforce any property agreement that is not in violation of public policy. As a general rule, any provision in a property settlement agreement that modifies the normal duties and responsibilities ...

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Requirements for a Valid Separation Agreement — Cary Family Law Attorney

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Separation agreements are critical documents in the event a husband and wife end marital relations. It is very important to ensure the separation agreements are drafted correctly. Separation agreements must follow specific ...

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Modification of Alimony — Cary Family Law Attorney

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Courts proceed cautiously in considering whether to modify an amount of alimony due to a change in financial circumstances of the parties. If the change in circumstances was expected at the time of the original award of ...

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Different Child Custody Arrangements and Terms Under North Carolina Law — Cary Child Custody/Visitation Lawyer

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There are many terms used to describe child custody arrangements; terms used include “child custody,” sole custody,” “physical custody,” “primary custody,” “exclusive custody,” “joint custody,” ...

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Apex Alimony Lawyer – Wake County Family Law Attorney

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North Carolina courts award alimony in an action for a divorce if it finds that one spouse is dependent upon the other supporting spouse.  Courts will weight a variety of factors, including marital misconduct (cheating) by ...

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Cary Domestic Violence Attorney — North Carolina Chapter 50B Family Law Lawyer

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Before Chapter 50B of the North Carolina General Statutes was enacted, the only remedies for domestic violence victims were through criminal statutes. There was growing concern that these criminal laws did not provide ...

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Wake County Child Support Attorney – Raleigh Family Law Lawyer

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Child support disputes are some of the most common issues in family law cases, regardless of whether the parents are going through divorce or never married. Child support payments in North Carolina are based upon custody ...

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