A Separation Agreement is a legal, valid and binding contract between a married couple which must be in writing …..more

Child Custody

In North Carolina, the best interest of the minor child is the guideline the Court uses to determine….more

Child Support

North Carolina has state-mandated guidelines that use a mathematical formula to calculate….more


Adultery can serve as grounds for divorce in North Carolina and can impact areas of alimony and child custody ….more


Alimony as an order for payment for the support and maintenance of a spouse or former spouse….more

Property Division

North Carolina uses a method called Equitable Distribution to divide marital assets and debts ….more

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