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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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    • DO I HAVE TO PROVE WRONGDOING IN MY MARRIAGE TO GET A DIVORCE IN NORTH CAROLINA?

      Want a divorce but your partner hasn’t done anything specific to warrant it? Luckily for you, North Carolina is a no-fault divorce state meaning that ...

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    • CONSIDERING EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION BEFORE SIGNING YOUR DIVORCE PAPERS

      In North Carolina, you must be separated for one year before you can file for Absolute Divorce. This year can go by fast, or slow, depending on the ...

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    • DO'S AND DON'TS AFTER AN ACCIDENT

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    • HOW ARE POST-SEPARATION SUPPORT AND ALIMONY DIFFERENT?

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    • DOESN'T MARITAL MISCONDUCT MEAN THERE WAS AN AFFAIR?

      Doesn’t marital misconduct just mean that one or both parties had an affair? The answer is yes and no. While it can be one definition of the term, it ...

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    • COMMON PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS FOR BLENDED FAMILIES

      Blended Family Issues Parents face many new challenges when entering into a second marriage and creating a stepfamily after a divorce . When one or ...

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    • DO'S AND DON'TS AFTER AN ACCIDENT

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    • EXPUNGEMENTS: ERASE YOUR CRIMINAL RECORD

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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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    • 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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    • The Difference between Divorce, Annulment, and Legal Separation

      Three Ways to End a Marriage When people think about how to end a marriage, the method that usually comes to mind is divorce. There are, however, ...

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    • How Divorce Affects Kids and Their Development

      Children of any age may suffer from problems when their parents choose to get a divorce. The interactions parents have with each other and their kids ...

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    • How Can I Get an Annulment in North Carolina?

      Many people have mistakenly heard of annulments as a “get out of jail free” card, in which they can wipe their marriage from memory and pretend it ...

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    • DOES MY EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION CLAIM DISAPPEAR AFTER THE DEATH OF A PARTY?

      The opposing party of your case has passed away, but what happens to your equitable distribution (ED) claim after the death of a party? Unlike most ...

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    • THREE PART SERIES: PART ONE- WHAT IS A DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROTECTIVE ORDER?

      You may hear a Domestic Violence Protective Order (DVPO) also referred to as a 50B Order. In order to file for a DVPO, you must have a personal ...

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    • DOES MY EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION CLAIM DISAPPEAR AFTER THE DEATH OF A PARTY?

      The opposing party of your case has passed away, but what happens to your equitable distribution (ED) claim after the death of a party? Unlike most ...

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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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    • Does Domestic Violence Affect Child Custody?

      The effect of domestic violence on a child, whether it be directed towards the child or their parent, is detrimental. For this reason, when a couple ...

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    • Are Grandparents Required to Pay Child Support?

      The law in every U.S. state agree that a child’s parents are obligated to provide and care for their child. However, under certain circumstances, this ...

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    • How Divorce Affects Kids and Their Development

      Children of any age may suffer from problems when their parents choose to get a divorce. The interactions parents have with each other and their kids ...

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    • Can Parents Agree to Not Pay Child Support?

      A divorce creates some of the most confusing and stressful situations a parent may go through, and determining child support is no exception. While ...

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    • THREE PART SERIES: PART THREE- WHAT HAPPENS IF I VIOLATE A NC DVPO?

      With a DVPO, the defendant is ordered to stay away from the plaintiff, without contact of any kind for a certain period of time. DVPO’s can be issued ...

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    • THREE PART SERIES: PART TWO- WHAT IS A CIVIL NO-CONTACT RESTRAINING ORDER?

      Also referred to as a 50C, a Civil No-Contact Restraining Order is meant to protect victims of nonconsensual sexual conduct or stalking. It offers ...

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    • WILL MY CHILD SUPPORT OBLIGATION EVER END?

      Child Support : “Court-ordered payments, typically made by the noncustodial divorced parent, to support one’s minor child or children” So…you have to ...

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    • Under What Grounds Can I Be Held in Contempt of Court?

      Contempt of court is when you willfully disregard the authority of a court, disrespect a court, or block the legal action of a court. In the realm of ...

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    • THREE PART SERIES: PART THREE- WHAT HAPPENS IF I VIOLATE A NC DVPO?

      With a DVPO, the defendant is ordered to stay away from the plaintiff, without contact of any kind for a certain period of time. DVPO’s can be issued ...

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    • THREE PART SERIES: PART TWO- WHAT IS A CIVIL NO-CONTACT RESTRAINING ORDER?

      Also referred to as a 50C, a Civil No-Contact Restraining Order is meant to protect victims of nonconsensual sexual conduct or stalking. It offers ...

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    • THREE SIMPLE TIPS FOR SURVIVING YOUR DAY IN COURT

      You’ve been meeting with your lawyer, preparing documents, and getting yourself ready for the big day in court. Though you may be intimidated when the ...

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    • CUSTODY MEDIATION: WHAT IS IT AND WHAT TO EXPECT

      In some cases involving children, litigation is necessary. Litigation is initiated when one party files a Complaint. If that Complaint includes a ...

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    • WHAT SHOULD I LOOK FOR IF I THINK MY SPOUSE IS WASTING MARITAL FUNDS?

      Dissipation of assets : The act of wasting, converting, or devaluing marital assets in an effort to change or alter the assets available for equitable ...

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    • High Net Worth Assets and Property Division

      There are unique property division challenges that high net worth couples seeking a divorce must face. Because there are a significant amount of ...

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    • DOES EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION MEAN A 50/50 SPLIT OF PROPERTY?

      What does it mean that North Carolina is an equitable distribution state? If property disagreements can’t be solved between parties, the court will ...

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    • 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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      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

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    • How Can I Get an Annulment in North Carolina?

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    • Can Parents Agree to Not Pay Child Support?

      A divorce creates some of the most confusing and stressful situations a parent may go through, and determining child support is no exception. While ...

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    • How Can I Get an Annulment in North Carolina?

      Many people have mistakenly heard of annulments as a “get out of jail free” card, in which they can wipe their marriage from memory and pretend it ...

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    • How Should I Tell My Kids About Divorce?

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    • COLLEGE TUITION AND DIVORCE – WHO FOOTS THE BILL?

      Twenty-six states order a non-custodial parent (the parent who does not have primary physical custody of the child) to pay for the college tuition of ...

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    • How Can I Get an Annulment in North Carolina?

      Many people have mistakenly heard of annulments as a “get out of jail free” card, in which they can wipe their marriage from memory and pretend it ...

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    • How Should I Tell My Kids About Divorce?

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    • DESTINATION DIVORCE, ENDING YOUR MARRIAGE IN THE LAP OF LUXURY

      Divorce can be a stressful, emotionally charged, and overall exhausting process. But what if you and your soon to be ex could hash out the details of ...

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    • Does Domestic Violence Affect Child Custody?

      The effect of domestic violence on a child, whether it be directed towards the child or their parent, is detrimental. For this reason, when a couple ...

      View More
    • THREE PART SERIES: PART ONE- WHAT IS A DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROTECTIVE ORDER?

      You may hear a Domestic Violence Protective Order (DVPO) also referred to as a 50B Order. In order to file for a DVPO, you must have a personal ...

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    • DOES MY EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION CLAIM DISAPPEAR AFTER THE DEATH OF A PARTY?

      The opposing party of your case has passed away, but what happens to your equitable distribution (ED) claim after the death of a party? Unlike most ...

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    • DOES EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION MEAN A 50/50 SPLIT OF PROPERTY?

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    • CONSIDERING EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION BEFORE SIGNING YOUR DIVORCE PAPERS

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    • What Is the Probate Process in North Carolina?

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    • When to Establish a Power of Attorney

      A power of attorney is a legal document that enables a person to choose another to act on their behalf in certain, or all, matters. Because a power of ...

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    • Can I Create a Trust for My Pet?

      An estimated 500,000 cats and dogs are sent to shelters and euthanized every year due to the death of their owners. Unless you have an effective plan ...

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    • EXPUNGEMENTS: ERASE YOUR CRIMINAL RECORD

      A criminal record can have lasting effects on your everyday life. From what jobs you are eligible for to what sort of housing application you can fill ...

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    • EXPUNGEMENTS: ERASE YOUR CRIMINAL RECORD

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    • YOU'VE BEEN SERVED, VIA FACEBOOK

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    • Can I Adopt My Stepchild?

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    • Prenuptial vs. Postnuptial Agreements

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    • How Can I Get an Annulment in North Carolina?

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    • How Should I Tell My Kids About Divorce?

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      You may hear a Domestic Violence Protective Order (DVPO) also referred to as a 50B Order. In order to file for a DVPO, you must have a personal ...

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    • 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 ...

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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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    • 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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    • 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 HAPPENS IF I DIE WITHOUT A WILL?

      Dying without a Will is legally referred to as dying intestate . Broken down, this means that your liabilities and assets are handled by the specific ...

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    • WHAT HAPPENS IF I DIE WITHOUT A WILL?

      Dying without a Will is legally referred to as dying intestate . Broken down, this means that your liabilities and assets are handled by the specific ...

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    • DO I HAVE TO PROVE WRONGDOING IN MY MARRIAGE TO GET A DIVORCE IN NORTH CAROLINA?

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    • ABSOLUTE DIVORCE VS. DIVORCE FROM BED AND BOARD?

      What is it? How do I get it? Absolute Divorce No fault required Ends marital contract so spouses are not married anymore Must live separately and ...

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    • What Is the Probate Process in North Carolina?

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    • THE MOST IMPORTANT THING TO TAKE CARE OF IN A DIVORCE…YOU!

      With a million and one things to tackle in the midst of a divorce, YOU are the number one priority. While this may sound like common sense, self-care ...

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    • WHY HAVING A PRENUP IS A GOOD IDEA

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    • Is a Prenuptial Agreement Right for Me?

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      View More
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      Divorce is hard enough without the added element of when there are children involved, as this only complicates and makes matters more painful. ...

      View More
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      View More
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