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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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Property Settlement Agreements — Cary Family Law Lawyer

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Just as the settlement of property rights can be established with a premarital agreement, a property settlement agreement can create similar rights after the dissolution of a marriage. Premarital agreements and property ...

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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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