Establishing Paternity in North Carolina

Establishing Paternity in North Carolina What Does it Mean to Establish Paternity? Establishing paternity can be an important aspect of North Carolina family law. In North Carolina, when a married couple has a child together, there is a presumption that they are the...

Grandparent Child Support

Grandparent Child Support Grandparent child support – Every state in the United States has laws regarding child support and one commonality remains clear between them all – that parents have a duty to provide support to their children. This duty does not depend...

Abandonment in North Carolina

Abandonment in North Carolina Abandonment in North Carolina is detailed in Article 40 § 14-322 of the North Carolina General Statutes. If a spouse to a marriage is found to have abandoned their spouse and any children they had together, this can have an impact on a...

Annulment in NC

Annulment in NC What is Annulment in NC? Annulment in NC is a type of remedy which is available to individuals who are in a voidable marriage. Receiving an annulment of a marriage treats the marriage like it never existed. This is different from an absolute divorce,...