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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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  • Prenuptial Agreements FAQ
    Prenuptial Agreements FAQ

    What exactly does a prenuptial agreement do? For one thing, a prenuptial agreement does not have to mean that you are already thinking about the possibility of a divorce. It actually can include ...

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  • Planning Your Prenuptial Agreements Before the Wedding
    Planning Your Prenuptial Agreements Before the Wedding

    If you and the love of your life have decided to officially tie the knot in a legal marriage, there are obviously many different factors that you will have to work through in order to be prepared to ...

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  • Is It Possible to Break a Prenuptial Agreement?
    Is It Possible to Break a Prenuptial Agreement?

    A prenuptial agreement is created to act as a very important legal document in the event that two individuals decide to join one another in marriage. This document is a way of acknowledging the two ...

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  • Getting a Prenuptial Agreement as an Older Couple
    Getting a Prenuptial Agreement as an Older Couple

    While many couples don't even think about signing a prenuptial agreement , this type of document is recommended for couples that marry during their later years. When you decide to get married after ...

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  • Equitable Distribution and Property Division
    Equitable Distribution and Property Division

    In almost every divorce there are usually varying amounts of assets, properties, and belongings that are acquired during the course of the marriage, and must be divided between the spouses. This ...

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