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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 Alimony

  • 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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  • Alimony Is Decided By Many Factors

    In North Carolina and other states, a couple may choose to divorce for any number of reasons. For example, they may want financial independence or the ...

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  • Female Breadwinners Less Likely To Pay Alimony

    Two North Carolina divorce attorneys recently spoke about the reasons why they believe men don’t ask for alimony even when their situations call for ...

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  • 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 big impacts on our lives. One such ...

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  • How alimony works in North Carolina

    When married couples decide to separate in North Carolina, there are a number of steps they must take before the process can be finalized. One of ...

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