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Can You Modify an Order Post-Divorce?
Can You Modify an Order Post-Divorce?

If your circumstances have changed due to an important life event, you can request a modification to your divorce decree to help cope with the changes. In most situations, the terms of a divorce are final, and each party is legally required to adhere to the terms of the ...

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  • Can You Modify an Order Post-Divorce?

    If your circumstances have changed due to an important life event, you can request a modification to your divorce decree to help cope with the changes. In most situations, the terms of a divorce are ...

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  • What Can I Do If My Ex-Spouse Won’t Pay Child Support?

    A family court order can cover a wide range of topics, including: child custody; child visitation; child support; alimony; and domestic violence. If one party violates a family court order, it can ...

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  • Separation Agreements: Are They the Right Option for You?

    In North Carolina, the court encourages divorcing couples to create their own separation agreements prior to divorce. Separation agreements should include: custody and support of children; alimony ...

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  • Does Wiretapping Your Spouse Break the Law?

    As communications technology becomes more sophisticated, so does the ability for someone to record another person’s conversation secretly. Surveillance is a hot topic regarding national security and ...

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  • Meet Krusch Divorce Resolution, Formerly Krusch & Sellers, P.A.

    Meet the new Krusch Divorce Resolution, formerly Krusch & Sellers, P.A. Our Charlotte law firm is here to help you get through any divorce or family law dispute that is complicated our life. There is ...

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  • Child Visitation Rights in North Carolina

    A divorce or separation can take an extreme emotional toll on a couple; and child custody and visitation issues can complicate the matter even more, especially if the couple doesn’t get along. If sole ...

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