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Adultery is a Bar to Alimony
Adultery is a Bar to Alimony

In North Carolina, alimony is awarded to the dependent spouse upon a finding that one spouse is a dependent spouse, one spouse is a supporting spouse, and that an award of alimony is fair after considering all other factors. However, despite the showing of the three ...

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Blog posts in Agreements (Separation, Prenuptial, Post-nuptial)

  • The FAQ's of "Legal Separation"

    As a family law attorney, I am often asked, “How do I start a “legal separation” from my husband or wife?” A common misconception in North Carolina is ...

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  • Protection Of Assets In A Marriage

    North Carolina residents who are considering getting married likely realize that a couple might want to know about each other’s finances in the event ...

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  • Retirement Plans And North Carolina Divorces

    There has been a substantial increase in the number of people over age 50 who are filing for divorce. While this brings a myriad of issues, among them ...

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  • Saving Finances By Making Divorce Easier

    Married couples who decide to divorce are likely making the right decision for themselves, but going through the process can still be very challenging ...

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  • Getting Divorced Over Age 50

    North Carolina couples may not know that while overall divorce rates have been falling for years, a new study demonstrates that the rates for seniors ...

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  • Millennials In North Carolina Seeking Prenups

    A nationwide survey of the American Association of Matrimonial Lawyers has shown that, in the last few years, there has been a significant increase in ...

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  • Buying A House Before Marriage May Not Always Be A Smart Move

    Many couples in North Carolina decide to live together without getting married. While some of these couples choose to rent a house or apartment, ...

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  • Alternative Divorce Options

    When many North Carolina couples decide that it is time to end their marriage, they may assume that they will have to go through the litigation ...

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  • Creating A Prenup That Is Fair To Both Spouses

    Many North Carolina residents consider writing a prenuptial agreement before entering into a marriage. Typically, prenups are used to protect the ...

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  • Prenuptial Agreements For Business Owners

    While many divorces in North Carolina can be difficult, the challenges may be even greater for business owners who lack an adequate prenuptial ...

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  • Understanding Divorce Settlements

    For many North Carolina ex-spouses, moving forward after a divorce is necessary if the two former partners have children, a business or real estate. ...

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  • Using A Financial Adviser And An Attorney When Divorcing

    Dissolving a marriage can be expensive and sometimes hurt one’s credit, so it is important to review finances before a divorce and not after. An ...

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  • Financial Considerations For People Going Through A Divorce

    North Carolina couples who are going through a divorce have a lot of issues to work out financially. During property division negotiations, financial ...

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  • What happens to a pet in a divorce?

    Eric Meredith talks with WCNC about ‘puppy prenups’ Read about our recent WCNC interview on ‘puppy prenups’. North Carolina residents who are not ...

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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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  • Melanie Griffith wants the dogs - will this upset asset division?

    By now, many North Carolina readers are aware that Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas are ending their marriage after being together for the better ...

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