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 THREE PART SERIES: PART ONE- WHAT IS A DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROTECTIVE ORDER?
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 relationship with the abuser. North Carolina law has specific relationship categories that meet the definition of a personal ...

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Blog posts in Charlotte Divorce

  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • YOU'VE BEEN SERVED, VIA FACEBOOK

    We’ve all seen those characters on TV who take on process server jobs for a little extra cash and are inevitably chased or threatened by the recipient ...

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  • SPRING BREAK SURVIVAL GUIDE FOR CO-PARENTS

    It’s late-March, which can only mean one thing for those with kids… Spring break is fast approaching! An already stressful time if there are planned ...

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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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  • 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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  • IS NESTING RIGHT FOR YOUR SEPARATION?

    Sometimes separation comes at you fast. Sometimes you are not afforded the time it takes to prepare yourself and your children for another home. ...

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  • HOW TO STAY ORGANIZED THROUGH YOUR DIVORCE

    If you find your divorce in litigation, one of the biggest favors you can do for yourself is keeping important documents and information organized and ...

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