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Marital Misconduct Impact on Alimony
Marital Misconduct Impact on Alimony

In North Carolina, the law governing alimony is North Carolina General Statute § 50-16.3A. The alimony statute addresses marital misconduct as follows: “The court shall exercise its discretion in determining the amount, duration, and manner of payment of alimony. The ...

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Blog posts in October, 2019

  • Common Misunderstandings with DWI Laws in North Carolina

    In North Carolina, one of the most common criminal charges is Driving While Impaired, or DWI. While DWI may be one of the most commonly charged crimes ...

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  • North Carolina Probation Violations

    One of the most common punishments after a criminal conviction in North Carolina is being placed on probation. There are two kinds of probation in ...

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  • Attorney Mark Jetton Reviews Legal Responsibility in Concord Drunk Driver Case with WBTV News

    Criminal Defense attorney Mark Jetton discusses North Carolina law as it pertains to legal responsibility in drunk driving cases. The WBTV News story ...

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  • The Theft Crime of Larceny in North Carolina

    In North Carolina there are several different types of theft-related crimes, ranging from the lowest level misdemeanors, such as misdemeanor ...

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  • Alienation of Affection

    North Carolina is one of the few remaining states that still recognizes a claim called ‘Alienation of Affection’. This claim allows a spouse to file a ...

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  • What Happens If You Miss Court?

    Once a court date is missed, it is important to know what the consequences are and what to do next. Questions arise such as: is there a warrant for ...

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  • Common Law Marriage and Divorce

    There are a handful of states that recognize the concept of common law marriage. Common law marriages are valid marriages without the performance of a ...

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  • Hemp or Weed… and Why You Should Care

    Some of the more common charges in North Carolina are misdemeanor possession of Marijuana or a schedule VI controlled substance. In fact, marijuana ...

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  • Collaborative Law Proceedings

    The divorce process can take an emotional toll on all parties involved. The thought of having to discuss one’s private grievances in open court can be ...

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