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  • What Are Three Alternatives to Going to Court?
    What Are Three Alternatives to Going to Court?

    When it comes time to resolve a family law dispute, sometimes going to court to have a judge reach an agreement for you is the best option. Other times, especially when you want more control over the ...

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  • How Does a Domestic Violence Restraining Order Affect Child Custody?
    How Does a Domestic Violence Restraining Order Affect Child Custody?

    Child custody matters can cause a lot of stress and strain close relationships between family members; however, custody issues that require a protective order can be even more overwhelming. When one ...

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  • 4 Steps to Take if Your Co-Parent Stops Making Child Support Payments
    4 Steps to Take if Your Co-Parent Stops Making Child Support Payments

    It can be frustrating, at times even devastating, if your co-parent decides to stop making child support payments. Child support is essential for raising a child and taking care of certain life ...

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  • What Is Equitable Distribution in Divorce?
    What Is Equitable Distribution in Divorce?

    When it comes to dividing property and debt in a divorce, states either follow community property division or equitable distribution. North Carolina is an equitable distribution state, meaning a judge ...

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  • How Do You Enforce a Child Custody Order in North Carolina?
    How Do You Enforce a Child Custody Order in North Carolina?

    In an ideal world, once a family law dispute has been settled, both parties would honor their court-ordered obligations. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. If your ex-spouse violated a child ...

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  • What Are the Consequences of Being Held in Contempt?
    What Are the Consequences of Being Held in Contempt?

    If you ignore or fail to adhere to a legally binding family court order, you could find yourself held in contempt of court . If the court approves this, you may be faced with certain consequences, ...

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