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3 ways to establish paternity

If a child is born to a married couple, the law typically presumes that the husband is the father of the baby. Of course, this is not always the case, and for unmarried couples, there can also be questions about the paternity of a child. In certain legal situations, it becomes necessary to establish the paternity of a child, and there are several ways to do so.

Divorce mediation offers 2 major benefits

If your marriage is nearing its end, but the relationship between you and your soon-to-be-ex-spouse is relatively amicable and not beyond repair, you may be considering undergoing mediation as opposed to embarking on a more traditional divorce. Instead of each party in the marriage retaining his or her own lawyer to fight on his or her behalf, mediation involves having both parties meet with an impartial third party to hash out details relating to the divorce.

Tips for co-parenting successfully after divorce

While divorcing can prove tremendously difficult, for some people, adjusting to a new child care arrangement can be even more emotionally taxing. In addition to learning how to live life without your son or daughter in your home all the time, you must also learn how to communicate with your former spouse, and this is sometimes no easy feat.

How might a vocational expert help your alimony case?

In North Carolina, there are no black-and-white guidelines when it comes to alimony amounts. Rather, judges are tasked with using 16 factors to guide their decisions on post-separation support for divorcing couples. Some of these factors include both spouses' financial needs, their income, the standard of living they are used to and their ability to earn income.

5 things to consider when naming a beneficiary

The idea of naming a beneficiary seems simple–you just fill in the blank on your account. But whether it is for life insurance, a retirement plan or a bank account, it may be difficult to choose exactly who to name. Designating the right person to get the funds of your account is a crucial decision to get right.

You should include a funeral directive in your estate plans

If you are getting ready to make your estate plans in Charlotte, one aspect you might want to include in your provisions are funeral arrangement instructions. Though you have specific preferences for burial, your spouse and family members may have other ideas.

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