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Implied Consent in North Carolina
Implied Consent in North Carolina

Even though most drivers may not be aware of it, everyone with a North Carolina driver’s license has agreed to allow police to test their blood alcohol content (BAC) if they are stopped in suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI). Under North Carolina law, drivers ...

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Blog Posts in 2014

  • Why You Might Want to Seek Alimony in Your Divorce

    From technology to laws, society is always changing. Over time, we make little improvements that tend to have a big impact on our lives. One such ...

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  • Is there a better option to handling missing support payments?

    Generally speaking, when a family law judge awards custody of a child to a custodial parent, the noncustodial parent is then ordered to pay child ...

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  • Need to know facts about grey divorce and retirement benefits

    As we have mentioned before on this blog, divorce among older people is on the rise. Although there is nothing wrong with divorcing later in life — in ...

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  • Can a child support order cover school expenses?

    The start of this month marked back to school time for many children across the nation. From folders to pencils to new backpacks, all of these school ...

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  • Child support matters can be complicated

    When a relationship comes to an end there are many things that need to be taken into consideration by the splitting couple. While financial matters ...

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  • Could both spouses end up paying for student loans in a divorce?

    Numerous Americans, including many here in North Carolina, take out student loans in order to pay for higher education. How these loans are dealt with ...

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  • Did billionaire spring prenup on bride days before wedding?

    Many wealthy individuals in North Carolina and the rest of the country enter prenuptial agreements before marriage in order to protect their assets ...

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  • Should a woman change her name in a North Carolina divorce?

    It can be difficult for some North Carolina residents to move past the end of a marriage. However, some people choose to view it as a new beginning. ...

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  • Ensuring equitable distribution when one spouse keeps the home

    In many North Carolina divorce cases — especially those involving children — one party decides he or she wants to keep the marital home. Ensuring an ...

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