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Rech Law, P.C. Receives 2020 Best Law Firm in Charlotte BOB Award
Rech Law, P.C. Receives 2020 Best Law Firm in Charlotte BOB Award

Rech Law, P.C. is proud to announce that we were selected for Charlotte Magazine’s 2020 BOB Awards as a top law firm. Winners are chosen by regular contributors for the magazine as well as staffers and former staffers. Additionally, writers and editors are asked not to rely ...

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Blog Posts in 2020

  • 5 Ways Your Taxes Can be Impacted by Divorce

    After an emotionally draining divorce, the last thing anyone wants to think about is their tax situation. Unfortunately, that’s only one on the long ...

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  • Can I Adopt My Stepchild?

    Adopting a Stepchild in NC The short answer is yes, you can adopt your step-child if you meet certain criteria. Each case varies, but the following is ...

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  • How to Get Divorced and Maintain Financial Stability

    Even under normal circumstances, maintaining financial balance is something we struggle with. Therefore, the financial upheaval that comes after a ...

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  • What Business Owners Need to Know About Divorce

    Everyone goes into a marriage, believing and hoping for a happily-ever-after. Unfortunately, this is not always the case, and some marriages end up in ...

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  • How the CARES Act Can Protect Your Small Business

    With businesses being forced to close, workers getting sent home, and more people social distancing, COVID-19 is creating a financial crisis. To ...

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  • What Are the Benefits of Choosing Mediation?

    Although many of us often think of long and drawn-out courtroom battles when we think of divorce, there are other options available for spouses who ...

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  • 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, ...

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  • What is Parental Alienation?

    It is no secret that divorce can get ugly. If you have children, this can further complicate the situation and, in some cases, one spouse may even try ...

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  • 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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