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30 May
Is My Spouse Entitled to Part of My Business? Is your business marital property? When couples in North Carolina face divorce, the division of a business in an equitable distribution case can become a complex and emotionally charged process. Frequently one spouse...
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14 May
We take tremendous pride in defending father’s parental rights in custody actions and termination of parental rights cases. Family courts recognize the importance of both parents in a child’s life and strive to ensure that fathers have equal rights and responsibilities with...
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30 Jan
Sharing the responsibilities of raising your child with your ex can be difficult. But if you’re both committed to being in your child’s daily life, co-parenting can be very rewarding. To make co-parenting easier, several families rely on co-parenting apps and other...
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15 Nov
Raising children is never easy, even when they are your own.  Raising step-children is even more challenging.  Not being her father, how should you handle her disobeying you?  Not being her mother, how do you say the right things to encourage her?  It...
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