An overview of alimony requirements

North Carolina General Statute 50-16.3 explains who is entitled to alimony and how the courts make decisions regarding alimony. This statute will help you understand your rights and what the court is looking for.

Is fault a factor in awarding alimony?

Alimony and post-separation support are available in North Carolina without any fault. However, it maybe considered when deciding if alimony is available.

Health Insurance for Former Spouses

While there are several ramifications that can come from getting a divorce, losing your health insurance is a result that many people don’t consider.

What if I need more alimony?

Post-separation support orders or alimony can be modified even after a divorce has been ordered and finalized by the court.

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