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Does your child want to live with the other parent?

You and your former spouse finalized your divorce in North Carolina several years ago, and you have refined the details of your child custody agreement. Recently, your child shared the news that she or he wants to live with the other parent. To make future…

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Are you aware of how to report spousal support on your taxes?

If you divorced within the current calendar year, you may either pay or receive spousal support. Do you know how to report that on your federal and North Carolina taxes when tax season rolls around? CNBC explains how to go about reporting spousal support. Keep yourself…

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How to get a divorce on the grounds of incurable insanity

Divorce is a decision not taken likely. Requesting one on the grounds of an insane spouse is even more difficult. It takes an emotional toll.  North Carolina is a “no-fault” state. To get a no-fault divorce, spouses must live separately for at least 12 months.…

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