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What Is Contempt Of Court In Family Law? While a family court is a court within the civil court system (in contrast to the criminal court system), when a family court issues an order, the...

How Long Does Alimony Last?

Marriage is more than a romantic union; it is also a financial one. Often, one spouse will end up much worse off financially after a divorce, and North Carolina empowers judges to award alimony to...

What Happens to a House in a Divorce?

When going through a divorce, there is no shortage of things to worry about. The divorce process can be long, frustrating, and confusing, but one of the most important things to iron out — from...

What Should I Wear to Divorce Court in Wilmington, NC?

Appropriate Clothing Despite our own preferences in clothing, a divorce hearing calls for formal attire. Wearing inappropriate clothes to a divorce Court gives the impression that you are not taking the event with the seriousness...

Everything You Need to Know About Child Support Payments in North Carolina

If you are in the midst of a divorce in Wilmington, North Carolina and you have children, the thoughts of who will be paying child support payments – you or your spouse – have undoubtedly...

How to Modify Child Custody Agreements in Wilmington, NC

When two people are not married and have children in Wilmington, North Carolina, child custody will inevitably be a topic of discussion. Regardless of why the parents aren't married is important, but when kids are...

What You Need to Know About Adopting a Baby in Wilmington, NC

Adopting a baby is a unique and special time in your life.  You are likely experiencing a variety of different emotions – scared, nervous, happy, relieved – and that’s just to name a few. Here...

Can I Get a Divorce Without Partner Consent in Wilmington, NC?

No one ever took the vow of marriage with plans for a messy divorce. When you decide to divorce your spouse, it can be a very painful process that is stressful not just for you,...

Can I Modify My Child Custody Visitation Rights or Schedule in North Carolina?

In most cases of legal separation or divorce, one of the most controversial issues that come up is child custody. Not only can there be complications regarding the custody of the children, but there are...

What Is The Process of Adopting a Newborn Baby in North Carolina?

Anyone who is planning on adopting a baby in Wilmington, North Carolina should be aware that the laws are complex and difficult to navigate. That is why it is important that you seek the help...

Could Child Support Payments Be Reduced Over Time in Wilmington, NC?

In Wilmington, North Carolina family law cases, child support payments are an amount determined by the court paid by a non-custodial parent to a custodial parent each month in order to support the ongoing needs...

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