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12 Oct
When your child suffers an injury that appears to be non-accidental or as a result of neglect, medical personnel have a duty to report it to your local Department of Social Services / Child Protective Services.  This could trigger a CPS investigation...
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11 Oct
Being unhappy in your marriage is not an easy problem to solve.  Counseling doesn’t always work, IF you can get your spouse to even agree engage with an open mind.  Most people stick it out, sacrificing their own happiness for the happiness...
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3 Oct
You’re still “married” but you haven’t had a loving relationship with your spouse in years.  You’re not intimate. You don’t do things together. You may not even sleep in the same room.  Perhaps you or your spouse travels a significant amount or...
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22 Sep
Caselaw Update: “Heart Balm” Actions are Constitutional In a recent North Carolina Court of Appeals decision, the common law torts of alienation of affection and criminal conversation (collectively referred to as “heart balm” actions) were upheld as constitutional.  Both claims allow a...
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Raleigh Divorce blogBecoming informed about your rights is the first step in determining whether you need an attorney or can resolve your divorce on your own.  The aim of the BPW Raleigh divorce blog is to provide people going through a divorce with information that can assist you in your time of need.   We believe that it is not our job as attorneys to convince you that you need legal assistance.  Many times clients meet with our attorneys and we determine that the involvement of an attorney is premature.  Other times, the cost of an attorney is not a reasonable expense when compared with what is at stake.  We take pride in being honest with clients and not hiding the ball.

Our Raleigh divorce blog contains resources that you can assist you in proceeding with your divorce pro se.  You’ll find information on how to save money during your divorce.  We let you know what to expect so you can make informed decisions about how to move forward.