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Alienation of Affection in North Carolina

Alienation of affection in North Carolina is different from what most people think it is. In some other states,…

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Why Should A Couple Hire Separate Divorce Attorneys in North Carolina?

Couples should always hire separate attorneys otherwise there would be a conflict of interest just to have one attorney…

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Elements of A Successful Divorce in North Carolina

A “successful divorce” means there was an unsuccessful marriage – and is that ever a successful outcome? That is…

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Myths About North Carolina Family Law Attorneys

I have a decade’s worth of experience handling family law cases, including child custody and child support, equitable distribution,…

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Child Support Process in North Carolina

What is The Process To Get Child Support Started in North Carolina? There are a couple of ways to…

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Types of Child Custody in North Carolina

There are two types of child custody Family law code in North Carolina. There is physical custody and there…

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Civil vs Criminal Contempt in North Carolina

Criminal Contempt Criminal contempt is used as a punishment when a person disobeys or otherwise violates a court order,…

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Filing First For Divorce in North Carolina

Generally, there are no benefits to filing first in a divorce case. North Carolina is a no-fault state, and…

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North Carolina DWI Penalties

There are mitigating factors when it comes to any DWI charge. You need an experienced attorney who can guide…

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Evidence and Witnesses in North Carolina Family Law Cases

We have a team of private investigators that gathers evidence for each case, including witnesses if there are any.…

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