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February 2015 Archives

Spousal support and alimony in North Carolina

If you are contemplating a divorce, spousal support or alimony may be in dispute. You may be the spouse who believes you will need such payments, or you may be the person from whom your former spouse is seeking alimony or support. It is important that you understand the different types of payments that may be ordered in your divorce and what may affect whether they will be ordered.

Prenuptial agreements protect children in estate planning

Individuals in North Carolina who are getting married and who have children from a previous relationship should consider a prenuptial agreement. Such an agreement can help to ensure that the children from the previous relationship are protected if their parent divorces or dies.

Minimizing the costs of divorce in North Carolina

While some people are able to keep the costs of their divorce under control, others may end up with significant legal bills ranging into thousands of dollars. In most cases, however, it is possible for people to minimize their costs while still ensuring their rights are protected in their divorce.

Social media can help or hinder your divorce

The popularity of using social media to connect with family, friends and business associates continues to grow. While posting both the good and difficult events of life online is intended to share life with a person's social circle, during legal proceedings, attorneys are also able to review postings while searching for information that might help support their cases. With increasing frequency, electronic communications are playing a role in legal proceedings.

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