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What Does Being in a No-Fault State Mean?
What Does Being in a No-Fault State Mean?

A fault-based divorce means there are grounds present that suggest one spouse is at fault for the ending of the marriage. In fault divorce states, grounds must exist and be proven in order to grant a divorce. In a no-fault divorce state, these grounds do not have to exist. ...

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Blog Posts in 2020

  • Can Non-Biological Parents Gain Custody in a Divorce?

    Today's families come in all shapes and sizes. When a divorce involves non-biological parents, they may wonder how custody works. Can a non-biological ...

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  • What Is a Free Trader Agreement?

    A free trader agreement is a legal document that allows a spouse to purchase property after legal separation without needing to place the other spouse ...

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  • What If My Spouse Won't Sign the Divorce Papers?

    After giving it a lot of thought, you've made the difficult decision to get a divorce. However, your former significant other may not feel the same ...

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  • Attorney Katie Gilbert Selected to Super Lawyers® Rising Stars in 2020

    Attorney Katie Gilbert Selected to Super Lawyers® Rising Stars in 2020 At Rech Law, P.C., we are pleased to announce our very own Katie Gilbert has ...

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  • Is My Spouse Entitled to Half of My Business?

    Millions of Americans contemplate and begin the process of divorce each year. Divorce is often one of the most harrowing and stressful situations to ...

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  • Kate Rech Chosen as Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite

    Kate Rech Chosen as Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite At Rech Law, we are pleased to announce that our partner, Kate Rech , has been recognized as ...

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