Grandparents Rights in North Carolina

 “Grandparents rights in North Carolina” In today’s society, the traditional family is evolving.  More and more, after raising their own children, grandparents are stepping up to the plate and raising their grandchildren. In 2010, 6.5 percent, or roughly 6 to 7 million  grandparents are now raising their grandkids, a 20 year high and double the rate [..]

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Alienation of Affection | Criminal Conversation

“The anti-jump-off law” Divorce in the United States has become very common in recent years. In fact, it is reported that 50 percent of marriages end in divorce. Many marriages end because the spouses grow apart, for financial difficulties, or one spouse is unfaithful. In recent years, in North Carolina has awarded huge judgments, ranging [..]

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Divorce In North Carolina, A Deceptively Simple Beast…Or It Can Be

“No Fault Divorces” in North Carolina In North Carolina, a divorce involving no real or personal property is very simple. If you hire an attorney, you may not even have to appear in court. North Carolina is unique in that North Carolina law allow for both no fault divorce and fault based divorces. Contrary to [..]

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