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What Is the Difference Between a Contested and Uncontested Divorce, and How Does It Affect the Divorce Process?

The primary difference between an uncontested divorce and a contested divorce is cooperation between the parties. Another significant difference is the time it takes to obtain each type of divorce in North Carolina. Our North Carolina family law attorneys assist clients with contested and uncontested divorces. This guide to uncontested and...
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What is Considered Marital Misconduct?

There are many different acts that can constitute marital misconduct in North Carolina. Usually, allegations of marital misconduct only arise in the context of a divorce or an action for alimony without divorce. A North Carolina family law firm could represent you if you are alleging marital misconduct...
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Consequences of Hiding Assets in Divorce

It can be tempting to hide assets if a marriage becomes rocky and a person is worried about the future or feels that they unfairly had to do most of the income production during the marriage. There are, however, severe repercussions if a person tries to hide money or property during a...
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Reasons for Unequal Division in a Divorce

During your marriage, you and your spouse accumulate marital assets and debts. If you divorce, marital property is divided between you and your spouse. Our North Carolina divorce attorneys discuss reasons for an unequal division in a divorce and how to protect your rights. This blog is a must-read for anyone...
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Five Frequently Forgotten Assets in a Divorce

If you are going through a divorce, you probably heard that you and your spouse must split up assets acquired during your marriage. This includes real estate, bank accounts, cars, and other property. However, there are some things we don’t think of as our assets because perhaps we do not have access...
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