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Katherine Robinson is Now a Paralegal of Rech Law, P.C.
Katherine Robinson is Now a Paralegal of Rech Law, P.C.

Rech Law, P.C. in Charlotte is proud to say we are growing, so we can help even more divorce and family law clients than ever. Our latest addition to our professional team is Katherine Robinson , a talented paralegal! Katherine was born and raised in Chicago but never took ...

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Blog Posts in 2019

  • Prenuptial vs. Postnuptial Agreements

    Couples often create marital agreements to determine the rights and responsibilities of each partner should the marriage end. For some, planning how ...

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  • How to Talk About a Prenuptial Agreement with Your Significant Other

    A recent survey from the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers found that 62% of lawyers saw an increase in the number of clients seeking prenuptial ...

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  • What Does a Prenup Cover?

    More and more couples getting married have chosen to get prenuptial agreements. However, not every couple needs a prenup. Understanding what exactly a ...

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  • Is a Prenuptial Agreement Right for Me?

    When you have a large number of assets, it makes sense to want to protect them in the event of a divorce. With almost half of all marriages ending in ...

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  • How Long until a Divorce is Finalized?

    Most people think that divorce is a long process, but it doesn’t have to be. Depending on your state’s laws and the unique characteristics of your ...

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  • Kate A. Rech, Esq. Becomes North Carolina DRC Certified Family Financial Mediator

    Rech Law, P.C. is excited to announce our very own Kate A. Rech, Esq. is officially a North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission-certified family ...

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  • Why Everyone Needs a Will

    Wills are the foundation of a sound estate plan , and they are not just for the wealthy; most people would benefit by drafting one. If you die without ...

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  • Getting Married? Consider the Benefits of a Prenuptial Agreement!

    As you plan your wedding, should you be planning your prenuptial agreement too? Depending on your circumstances, drafting a prenuptial agreement ...

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  • Will a Divorce Affect My Immigration Status?

    Divorce is a complex process. When you’re not a United States citizen however, the process can be even more complicated. If you’re relying on your ...

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