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June 2016 Archives

Divorce vs. annulment: Which one to choose

Annulments are not the same as divorces. In some ways, they act as divorces do, but they are defined differently. An annulment makes it appear that two people were never married to begin with, while a divorce is simply dissolving the marriage. Why would you want to choose this method for ending your marriage, and is it something you are entitled to do? Your attorney can help you find out if your marriage can be annulled, but here are a few examples of when one may be.

Parental kidnapping case; mother found with children in Mexico

As a parent who has primary custody of your child, you want to know that when your child goes to the other parent's house for visitation, he or she is going to be safe. In most cases, parents work together and want what is best for their children. They stay in contact and make sure the child is cared for and returned to the other parent in accordance with court guidelines.

Legal terms everyone should know when talking to an attorney

Family law is a specialty field that some attorneys work in. This field deals with numerous issues relating to family and home life. Cases could include things like divorce issues, child support problems, and prenuptial agreement development.

What is a legal separation, and what are its benefits?

Legal separations are not the same as divorces, so they should be understood well before you agree to sign documents or negotiate your separation with your attorney's help. In fact, there are some benefits to legal separations and even to having these separations before getting a divorce.

Divorce: Settling your case in North Carolina

When you decide to get a divorce, one of your main concerns may be when the divorce will actually be finalized. Many people have this question, and because each situation is different, the answer can also range from a few months to a few years down the line. The difference really comes down to how quickly you can settle your affairs and if you need to do so with help from the courts.

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