Alienation of Affections Law…What?
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1M ago
North Carolina has some very interesting and intriguing laws that are unique to the state. One of those laws is the Alienation of Affections law. This law is based on an era of romantic ideals and moral values. This topic dives into the complex realm of ..read more
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Post Adoption Name Changes: Why and How To
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1M ago
The completion of a legal adoption is oftentimes a cause for celebration and the marker of a new family dynamic. Adoption can come in many forms and ages. There are stepparent adoptions, kindred adoptions (where family members of the biological parent adopt a related ..read more
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Decoding Child Custody in NC: What Parents Need to Know
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2M ago
In North Carolina, child custody is governed by the laws and regulations outlined in the North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 50, specifically Section 50-13.2. Child custody refers to the legal and physical arrangements made for a child after the separation ..read more
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Navigating School Placement: Putting Your Child’s Future First
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2M ago
When it comes to family law, few issues are as significant and emotionally charged as school placement. Determining where a child will attend school following a divorce or separation can be a complex matter. Parents must understand the legal aspects ..read more
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Beyond ‘I Do’: The Case for Prenuptial Agreements
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2M ago
Marriage is a union between two people meant to signify their undying love and commitment to one another. It is also the most legally significant thing you can do besides die. In ye olden days, marriage was a union not ..read more
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How Do I Emancipate Myself from My Parents?
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2M ago
The North Carolina General Assembly governs the process of emancipation. To get emancipated as a minor child in North Carolina, you’ll need to follow these general steps: Meet the Threshold Eligibility Requirements In North Carolina, you must be at least ..read more
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Can a Child Custody Agreement be Modified?
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2M ago
Child custody agreements are not set in stone. Sometimes life happens, and child custody agreements need to be modified. There is typically a two-fold test that must be met for the court to consider making modifications to an existing custody ..read more
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The Parental Presumption and 3rd Party Custody in NC
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2M ago
North Carolina is a “parental presumption” state. The “parental presumption” means the best interest of a minor child is assumed to be staying in the custody of their biological or adoptive parents. For example, if you or someone you know ..read more
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How To Co-Parent With A No Contact Order
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3M ago
Separation and divorce can be extremely difficult for all parties involved. The emotions, changes to your physical environment, and especially the expenses can be hard to cope with. And while many cases of divorce are simple and free of high ..read more
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Child Abandonment in South Carolina
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3M ago
Parents have rights and responsibilities regarding their children in South Carolina. They must provide financial or child support, but they also have the right to seek visitation or custody.  However, if a parent abandons their child, they have failed to ..read more
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