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April 2020 Archives

What does it take to get a divorce in North Carolina?

Old marriage vows include the phrase "until death do us part," but life can go on after a marriage is over. Even when those words were more popular, there were already ways to end a marriage in the eyes of the law or religious authorities. Fortunately, it is easier and less expensive to secure a divorce when one or both spouses feel the need for it.

Gathering small details can help when creating a trust

Even if people think a certain action is a good idea, they may have a hard time doing it. For some North Carolina residents, it may be a matter of procrastination, but for others, it may be about a lack of information on how to start a certain venture. For example, you may want to include a trust as part of your estate plan, but you may not feel confident in your ability to do so.

Could essential workers lose custody while on the frontline?

The current coronavirus pandemic has changed our everyday lives at a fundamental level. We shop differently. We socialize differently. We do our best to reduce contact with those who are not in our households to help fight against the spread of this dangerous virus.

Greensboro family faces nightmare after botched immigration

Laws can break families apart. Although family courts must act in the best interests of children and others who cannot speak for themselves, laws can seem coldly deferential to parents and other concerned parties. That is why lawyers must sometimes work to keep families together.

Child endangerment reflects badly on North Carolina father

Children are our only hopes for the future, especially if we are parents. Many mothers and fathers have felt that they are willing to give their lives for their kids, although fortunately few have ever had to prove it. This sort of dedication often comes in helpful if parents are fighting for child custody or visitation rights.

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