Moving Kids Out of State Divorce

Moving Kids Out of State Divorce

Moving Kids Out of State Divorce Ramifications: The desire to move your child out of North Carolina to a state where you have friends and family during a divorce is understandable. Divorce can often make you feel isolated, and it is important to have support during...
Military: Preserving Parental Rights

Military: Preserving Parental Rights

Serving in the military poses significant problems for married couples when a spouse is deployed and they cannot control orders that require frequent relocations. When you are divorced, the problems can expand, especially when your ex-spouse is unsupportive of your...
Calling All Homewreckers

Calling All Homewreckers

Homewrecker: “Paramour (noun •  par·amour  •  \ˈpa-rə-ˌmu̇r\) à A person with whom someone is having a romantic or sexual relationship and especially a secret or improper relationship” We all know how it goes… Husband starts working late nights, goes on...
NC Absolute Divorce Forms

NC Absolute Divorce Forms

In NC, an absolute divorce is filed in the district court where one of the parties lives. The absolute divorce forms listed here are example forms that can be used to file for divorce. In order to file for divorce, at least one party to the divorce must have lived in...
Digital Assets in Divorce

Digital Assets in Divorce

Digital assets are items of property stored in a digital or binary format. Examples of digital assets are iTunes music accounts or Kindle eBooks. There are also airline miles and credit card rewards points. When a couple goes through a divorce, divvying up the digital...
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