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Differences between legal separation and divorce

Divorce is not the only option for people in North Carolina who are experiencing marital problems. Sometimes, a couple doesn't wish to divorce for religious reasons or may decide to separate while attempting to work out their differences. In such cases, a legal separation may be an appropriate course of action. Unlike informal or temporary separations, where the parties simply choose to live apart, a legal separation is granted by a court and formally determines a couple's legal and financial responsibilities toward each other.

Virtual visitation orders in North Carolina

Virtual visitation is becoming increasingly common as a part of a child custody and visitation order. As the name implies, virtual visitation refers to the use of technology to communicate with a child, including using such things as web cameras, instant messaging, text messaging and emails so the child and the non-custodial parent can maintain ongoing contact.

Social Security and divorce in North Carolina

When couples are ending their marriage, one of the key questions they might have is how the divorce will affect their ability to retire. A key component of many people's retirement income is their expected Social Security benefits. People whose own contributions have been insufficient may wonder if they will still be able to receive spousal or survivor's benefits based on their former spouse's contributions.

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