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The elements of alienation of affection claims

North Carolina is one of the handful of states that still recognize so-called "heart balm claims," which are claims a disgruntled spouse can file against someone who interferes with that person's marriage. The spouse can get monetary compensation from the person who broke up the marriage.

Did you know that there is more than one kind of child custody?

Thinking about your family, there are few priorities in a person's life that matter as much as they do. Family members, especially children, are a big motivator behind why we do what we do. So, when parents in North Carolina who are no longer in a relationship with one another are trying to figure out child custody arrangements, they are likely looking for the ideal child custody scenario that is in the best interests of the child.

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