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What is included in a North Carolina premarital agreement?

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A premarital agreement (more commonly known as a prenuptial agreement, or “prenup”) is a contract that two parties enter into before they marry. Though many think prenups take the “romance” out of married life, they actually help organize a couple’s affairs and protects both people, whether they get divorced or one of them dies. Premarital…

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Your Divorce Questions – Answered

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Anyone facing the process of separation and divorce likely has many questions. As experienced family law attorneys in Charlotte, NC, we are here to help answer your questions and guide you through the often difficult and emotional process. What are grounds for a divorce in North Carolina? When someone talks about divorce, they usually are…

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What You Need to Know About Separation in North Carolina

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In many states, separation is an alternative to divorce for people who can’t continue to live together but do not want to end their marriage. It’s also the first step required by North Carolina for couples who do want to divorce. The term ‘legal separation’ can cause some confusion. In many states,  it involves having…

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New & In Review: 2015 For our Charlotte Law Firm

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This year has been a busy one for us at our Charlotte law firm. First, and foremost, we are always grateful for the support of our community and the opportunity to serve clients and help them with a wide array of issues they are facing. Yes, the law is our job, but we know that with…

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What NOT To Do During A Divorce in North Carolina

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Family law, especially divorce, can be complicated, confusing, and stressful. Our experience in working with clients going through tough and emotional situations has prepared us to be able to better prepare clients for the entirety of the process and help coach them through key timelines, steps, and events. If the case ends up going to…

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How Technology Impacts A Divorce

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In the past, evidence of marital misconduct was often hard to come by. Divorce attorneys were usually forced to rely on the he-said/she-said statements of the parties or the testimony of others who may have caught glimpses of wrongdoing. Things are different in modern divorce litigation, primarily due to technological advances in smartphones and social media.…

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5 Things To Look For In A Divorce Attorney

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Going through a divorce is an emotional and often overwhelming experience. Finding the right attorney to help navigate through the difficult process is an important decision that no one facing divorce should overlook. Here are five things to look for when hiring a divorce attorney: You Want a Lawyer with Experience Just like finding a…

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What Are The Grounds For Divorce In North Carolina?

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North Carolina recognizes two types of divorce. The first (and most common) is an Absolute Divorce. The second type is a Divorce From Bed and Board, also known by the Latin term A Mensa Et Thoro. Grounds for Absolute Divorce Most of the time when someone talks about a divorce, he or she is referring…

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Ashley Madison: Matters of a Cheating Spouse in NC

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As the recent hack of Ashley Madison and Avid Life Media indicates, the Internet has given even greater accessibility to those currently involved in or looking to have an extra-marital affair. With the click of a button, a third-party member is readily available, and personal information is shared between a spouse and an individual outside…

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