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15 Dec
When spouses separate, they must divide the marital estate through a process called equitable distribution. North Carolina law presumes an equal division of the assets and debts is equitable. But certain factors can overcome this presumption, making an unequal division of assets...
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27 Nov
If you or your spouse have student loan debt and you’re contemplating divorce, you may be wonder how you’re supposed to divide it. Is it classified as marital property or separate property? If it’s marital, both of you will be responsible for...
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23 Nov
Navigating custody during the holidays can be difficult during a normal year, but 2020 has brought additional issues to work around. The jump in COVID-19 cases has many people concerned. Given that it’s happening right before the holidays and latest research shows...
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6 Nov
If you’ve lost your job or the other parent of your child just got a raise at work, you may be able to modify your child support order. However, the court doesn’t usually modify child support simply due to an increase or...
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23 Oct
If your custody case is filled with conflict and you believe your child’s wishes are not being heard by the judge, you have options. In Wake County, The Child’s Advocate can be a voice for your child. This article will explore what...
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