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  • Does Infidelity Affect a Divorce Case in Raleigh?
    Does Infidelity Affect a Divorce Case in Raleigh?

    In North Carolina, adultery is a ground (legal reason) for filing for divorce , and naturally, this will have an effect on the case, often making an already difficult process that much more painful. ...

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  • Types of Alimony in North Carolina
    Types of Alimony in North Carolina

    Depending on a couple's situation, there are numerous types of short- and long-term alimony (or spousal support) available. If a couple had a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement that outlined how ...

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  • Getting the Help of Experts in Your Divorce
    Getting the Help of Experts in Your Divorce

    Divorce is such a complex process for some couples that the assistance of experts is essential. Of course, every divorcing individual will need a legal expert on their side to protect their interests ...

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  • Divorce and Your Retirement: 4 Things to Avoid
    Divorce and Your Retirement: 4 Things to Avoid

    As more and more couples get divorced in midlife, more and more people are being faced with concerns about how this divorce will affect their retirement plans. According to an ING U.S. study, ...

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  • North Carolina Divorce FAQs: Alimony
    North Carolina Divorce FAQs: Alimony

    All manner of issues contribute to the stress of a divorce . Many of these issues are financial. Alimony is one such matter. If you have any questions about your case, please do not hesitate to ...

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  • What Carolina Courts Consider when Determining Alimony
    What Carolina Courts Consider when Determining Alimony

    Alimony is a routine payment paid by one spouse for the maintenance and support of the other. Sometimes alimony comes in a lump sum to help a spouse get started on his or her own after divorce, while ...

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