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5 Nov
When spouses reconcile in North Carolina after a separation, there can be major repercussions. Reconciliation occurs when spouses resume the marital relationship. N.C. Gen. Stat. 52-10.2 defines resumption of the marital relationship as a “voluntary renewal of the husband and wife relationship,...
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20 Sep
Modification of a NC Custody Order is a 3-Step Process: First, if you have a North Carolina custody order, you must file a motion to modify with the court.  In your motion, you should list all the reasons you believe the order...
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13 Sep
Beginning October 1, 2019, extensive changes to the North Carolina Parenting Coordinator statute will go into effect. Below is a complete guide to Parenting Coordinators in North Carolina, including the changes taking effect on October 1st.   1. What is a Parenting...
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29 Aug
In North Carolina, it is mandatory to attend a mediated settlement conference if there is a pending claim for equitable distribution.  Also called a Family Financial Mediation, this will be your formal opportunity to reach a settlement agreement with your spouse before...
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