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What are the settlements that you can get from a divorce when residing in North Carolina?

When living in North Carolina, you do not need a separation agreement or any other written supportive documents as proof. Instead, you are separated when your spouse lives in a different home and intends to do so permanently. Similarly, when you live in the same…

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What is marital misconduct?

Divorce in North Carolina is a difficult process emotionally, but most of the court battles center around the financials of it. Many people are very concerned about the amount of alimony they may be required to pay the spouse if they are the supporting party,…

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ABA opposes state-sponsored discrimination against LGBT parents

In the United States, 21.4% of same-sex couples raise adopted children, compared to only 3% of opposite-sex couples. Same-sex couples also care for foster children more often than their opposite-sex counterparts. Preventing same-sex couples from adopting or fostering children could have a potentially devastating effect on the…

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What considerations should you make about surrogacy?

Same-sex families come together in many ways in North Carolina. One option available to you when you want to grow your family is surrogacy. To ensure that the agreement goes through without any issues, you need to treat this as a legal situation. This means…

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What happens to your custody plan when you deploy?

As a military servicemember in North Carolina, your mind turns to preparing for the mission ahead when you learn of a pending deployment. As a divorced parent, your mind also likely darts to concerns about who will care for your child while you are away,…

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