Can I Get a Civil Restraining Order or No-Contact Order?
If you need protection against the abusive, stalking or harassing behaviors of a neighbor, co-worker, or third-party, North Carolina law can provide... Read More
BPW Welcomes Elisabeth Jones to Our Legal Team
Please help us in welcoming Elisabeth Jones to our legal team. Elisabeth focuses her practice in the areas of child custody, child... Read More
NC Court of Appeals Limits Application of Grandparent Visitation Statute
Who doesn’t have fond memories of hanging out at Nana and Pop Pop’s house growing up? Whether you spent your time outside... Read More
What Is Considered Child Abuse in North Carolina?
North Carolina has several laws in place to protect children from abuse. If Child Protective Services suspects a child is being abused,... Read More
How to Handle Stimulus Checks During Your Divorce
The latest round of stimulus checks are making their way to millions of Americans this month. This time, individuals can expect to... Read More
Defenses to a claim for alimony in North Carolina
One of the most important claims in a divorce case is spousal support because a judge can order one spouse to pay... Read More
Apps That Make Co-Parenting Easier (And Help Keep You Out of Court)
Sharing the responsibilities of raising your child with your ex can be difficult. But if you’re both committed to being in your... Read More
Domestic Violence Protections in North Carolina Extend to Unmarried Same-Sex Couples
On December 31, 2020, the North Carolina Court of Appeals ruled that unmarried same-sex couples could no longer be excluded from the... Read More
Can My Facebook and Other Social Media Posts Be Used Against Me in Court?
When it comes to maintaining connections with people, Facebook and other social media platforms have allowed us to keep in touch, share... Read More
When Stepparents and Grandparents Owe Child Support
If you’re going through a divorce and have stepchildren, you may wonder if you’ll owe child support payments after you and your... Read More