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Separation Agreements: Are They the Right Option for You?
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 payments; plans for continuation of health insurance benefits; and division of ...

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