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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 Divorce

  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • What Happens if You Hide Assets?

    In a North Carolina divorce, marital property is divided under the “equitable distribution” rule. This means the judge will order assets to be divided ...

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  • Dividing Property in a Divorce

    While the main objective of a divorce is for two spouses to legally dissolve their union, there are several other components that must be dealt with. ...

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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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  • 3 Reasons to Seal a Divorce Record

    In most cases, divorce hearings and records are public. In certain situations, it is possible to seal a divorce record to maintain privacy. Learn why ...

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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?

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

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