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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 that you must file a document or some form of paperwork at the courthouse to become “legally separated” from your spouse; ...

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Divorce & Family Law

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  • 5 Surprising Facts About Domestic Violence In North Carolina

    Domestic violence is a concept used to refer to “the violence exerted in the field of family coexistence or assimilated, by one of the members against ...

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  • Agreeing On What Child Support Will Cover

    When North Carolina parents divorce, if their children are younger than 18, one parent might end up paying child support to the other. Usually, the ...

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