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How does an annulment work?

If you're living in North Carolina and choose to end your marriage, there's a chance that you can get an annulment instead of going through a divorce. Laws within the state regulate marriages, so if your marriage meets the right qualifications, then your attorney can help you get it annulled.

What are North Carolina's child custody laws?

If you've been fighting for custody of a child or want to seek out visitation with a grandchild, you may find that it is a confusing journey. Some states have different laws, and they could conflict with those in North Carolina. If your family is in more than one jurisdiction, your attorney may have to help you through this, as it can be very complicated to know where to file your request.

What should I find out before I seek out a divorce?

Before you get a divorce, there are a certain number of things you can do to make sure you have the information you're going to need. There are always concerns, like how your spouse will take the request for a divorce or what you'll do with your assets, but preparing for divorce before you apply can help.

When can I decide to be emancipated?

While many kinds of family law focus on divorce and child custody, one thing that you may have found yourself worrying about is emancipation. If you are trying to emancipate yourself from your parents, this can be a difficult time for you. You need to submit the right documents, which is why working with your attorney is important.

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