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Prenuptial vs. Postnuptial Agreements
Prenuptial vs. Postnuptial Agreements

Couples often create marital agreements to determine the rights and responsibilities of each partner should the marriage end. For some, planning how their estate will be handled before they are married is the best option. Others may not even think about sorting through their ...

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Blog posts in Family Law

  • 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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  • What Are the Custody Issues Same-Sex Couples Need to Be Aware Of?

    Although same sex marriage has been legalized throughout the United States, gay couples are still finding themselves facing a variety of laws across ...

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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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  • 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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  • 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 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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  • YOU'VE BEEN SERVED...NOW WHAT?

    You’ve been served with divorce papers and are not sure what to make of them. What exactly are divorce papers? In North Carolina, divorce papers are ...

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