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  • 5 Ways to Improve Your Self-Care During a Divorce
    5 Ways to Improve Your Self-Care During a Divorce

    Divorce and legal separation can prove to be some of the toughest times in an individual's life. You will be presented with issues you need to navigate and resolve and your mental and emotional health ...

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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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