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Amicable Family Law Cases

While amicable family law cases tend to be rare, they do exist and it is possible to handle family law matters amicably. Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support, Alimony, and Equitable Distribution can be very stressful and very contentious. It does not always have to...

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Child Support Trial in North Carolina

Child Support trial in North Carolina - In every family law case that is brought before the court, typically one party is seeking something from the other party and there is something that they disagree on.  Because of the inherent adversarial nature of such a...

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Terminating your Family Law Case

When someone is in a situation where they need to hire a family law attorney, it is usually tied to very emotionally difficult event.  As such, people are often torn about whether or not they want to go through with certain actions such as divorce or child...

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Hiring a Family Law Attorney

Hiring a family law attorney or representing yourself as a pro se litigant is a difficult decision for many. You have the right to handle any legal matter yourself, but that is not necessarily always a good idea.  There’s an old saying that you get what you pay...

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Starting a Family Law Action

Starting a family law action can be complicated. The need for a family law attorney almost never signals good news.  Often, it comes at the end of a pretty serious relationship and involves a significant change in someone’s life.  We often get calls from...

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Phone Access and Communication with my Child

Phone access and communication with my child while the other parent is exercising custodial time or visitation – what is required? There are a wide variety of child custody topics that clients call us about. When two people are in the middle of a child custody action,...

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Can I Move with My Child? (Part 2)

This is Part 2 of the blog “Can I Move with My Child?” Part 1 of blog [can be read here. Should I move first and then try to modify custody or should I try to modify custody before I move? This is another “it depends” scenario.  This time, however, it depends on...

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