How can I make divorce easier?
While there’s no cookie-cutter approach to divorce in North Carolina, we have prepared lots of information that can help you navigate the water.
Make sure to check out our resources dedicated to specific divorce cases as well.
Sometimes, an in-person meeting is ideal, but for one reason or another, going to your attorney’s office or to a meeting place together just isn’t possible. In the past, this might have meant discussing matters over the phone, or cancelling the meeting altogether. Fortunately, now there are other options.
From protecting your assets to deciding whether to move out of the marital home, here’s what you need to consider before beginning divorce proceedings.
Having an attorney who is truly dedicated to helping you achieve your goals and actually listens to you can lessen your concerns during the divorce process.
What to expect, bring and ask when meeting with a family law attorney the first time.
A person who violates a court order involving custody, child support, visitation, alimony and other family law issues can be found in contempt of court and face jail time for such a violation.
Filing for divorce in the state of North Carolina can be a cumbersome process because of the complexities that guide the process. Civil procedure tells us the “who,” “what,” “when,” “where,” and “how” of litigation proceedings.
Expert witnesses can come in handy for a variety of family law issues, including child custody or property disputes.
During a consultation, some attorneys can provide a detailed explanation of the exact legal fees for your specific case.
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