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Divorce Attorney in North Carolina

Divorce Attorney in North Carolina

Contact a Top Rated Divorce Attorney in North Carolina to help you out through one of the most challenging time of your life Anyone going through...

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Child Custody in North Carolina Attorney

Child Custody in North Carolina Attorney

Child Custody Services North Carolina Divorce and separation are hard. They are even tricky if children are involved. From custody arrangement to...

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Family Financial Mediator

Family Financial Mediator

My Mediation Background In addition to being an experienced practicing attorney and a family law specialist, I am a mediator certified by the...

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Equitable Distribution Attorney

Equitable Distribution Attorney

Equitable distribution is a legal concept that sets out how assets should be divided between divorcing parties. For help with equitable distribution...

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Child Support Attorney

Child Support Attorney

Child Support Attorney In North Carolina, setting down child support arrangements is a crucial part of legal separation, especially if minors are...

31 Mar

Civil Mediation in North Carolina: How Does It Work?

Civil Mediation in North Carolina: How Does It Work?

Civil Mediation, How Does Civil Mediation Work in North Carolina? Civil mediation involves amicably resolving disputes with the help of a neutral...

31 Mar

North Carolina Prenuptial Agreements

North Carolina Prenuptial Agreements

A premarital agreement is not just for the rich and famous. People of all income levels and ages are increasingly using premarital contracts. To...

31 Mar

Understanding Alimony in North Carolina

Understanding Alimony in North Carolina

Alimony in North Carolina Money is a common point of contention between divorcing spouses. The situation gets even worse when it comes to...

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Enforcing Family Court Orders

Enforcing Family Court Orders

There is no guarantee that your ex-spouse will obey the court's orders after a divorce in North Carolina. Given that divorce is premised on court...