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August 2019 Archives

Alimony disputes dominate divorce cases

Couples in North Carolina who are going through a divorce are understandably probably not on the best of terms. After all, the divorce is happening for some reason or another, and the two soon-to-be ex-spouses probably have some negative feelings about one another. Although this is not always the case, it is common. In these types of divorce cases, every issue can become a battleground. Alimony can be a particularly sensitive issue.

Explore your options in difficult child custody disputes

It is easy to overlook the fact that married couples and unmarried couples alike often have child custody disputes. While married couples who go through a divorce, if they have minor children, will come out of the case with some type of child custody arrangement, unmarried couples who have children together can also approach a family law court for help in determining a child custody arrangement that is legally binding. However, for some people, just because a court order exists does not necessarily mean that they intend to follow the "letter of the law."

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