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Blog Posts in 2019

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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 ...

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