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February 2014 Archives

Family custody concerning move-away cases

Child custody cases can be hard for judges to decide, and if the custodial parent subsequently wishes to move, making a determination can be even harder. In these cases one party may seek to relocate with their child to another area, whether it be 60 miles away to a suburb in North Carolina or 6,000 miles away. Once separated the decision of where the child will live and the kind of relationship they will have with the other parent must be made. If granted the move, the parent without custody will miss out on much of the child's life. But if denied, the child may end up separated from the parent with who he or she has the closest bond.

Cleese pays millions in alimony

Although North Carolina audiences laughed along with comedian John Cleese's one-man show "The Alimony Tour" a few years ago, the titled show was appropriate for Cleese's life situation. The man agreed to pay millions of dollars of alimony and continuing payments for several years after his divorce as part of the property division agreement.

Understanding what a prenup does

North Carolina couples who are planning to marry might be interested in learning more about prenuptial agreements. Although many people associate them with the very rich, that is not always the case. People who have a lot of debt sometimes use prenuptial agreements too, as well as individuals who have adult children, are marrying a second time and want to use it to help facilitate estate planning.

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