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Alimony in North Carolina
Alimony in North Carolina

The laws of North Carolina provide for two (2) types of support a spouse can seek from the other spouse: post-separation support and alimony. Post-separation support is the spousal support paid after the date of separation and prior to the determination of alimony made by ...

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  • Alimony in North Carolina

    The laws of North Carolina provide for two (2) types of support a spouse can seek from the other spouse: post-separation support and alimony. ...

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  • Active and Passive Appreciation on Marital Property

    In North Carolina, the law which governs the dividing of assets and debts is North Carolina General Statute § 50-20. Your property can be classified ...

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  • North Carolina Car Accident Liability Laws

    If you have suffered an injury after being involved in a car accident , you must explore your options for holding the negligent driver liable for your ...

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  • Vehicle Registration & License Plate Violations

    In North Carolina, one of the most common ways to be pulled over by the police is by allowing your vehicle’s registration to expire. It is a violation ...

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  • Attorney Mark Jetton Received Premier DUI Attorney, Advanced Level Training

    Jetton & Meredith, PLLC is pleased to announce that Co-Founder and Criminal Law Managing Partner, Mark S. Jetton Jr. received advanced level training, ...

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  • Managing Partner Mark S. Jetton, Jr. Named Life Member of Million Dollar and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum

    Jetton & Meredith, PLLC is pleased to announce that co-founder and managing partner, Mark S. Jetton, Jr. has been named a Life Member to the Million ...

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