If a non-custodial parent does not pay child support in North Carolina, he or she is subject to enforcement actions in accordance with Federal and…View More My Husband Won’t Pay His Child Support. What Can I do?
A prenuptial agreement in North Carolina is also called a premarital agreement or premarriage agreement. These contracts are entered into by two people prior to…View More What is a Prenuptial Agreement? How do I put one in place in North Carolina?
He may not be obligated to continue making alimony payments. That decision is most often determined in divorce court. North Carolina does not have a…View More My ex-husband lost his job. Is he obligated to continue paying alimony in North Carolina?
How do I get a restraining order against the father of my youngest daughter? Contested divorce cases often require a restraining order. However, child custody…View More How do I get a restraining order against the father of my youngest daughter?
My common law wife and I are moving to North Carolina from Georgia. Will North Carolina recognize my marriage? ANSWER: Depends. The definition of marriage…View More My common law wife and I are moving to North Carolina from Georgia. Will North Carolina recognize my marriage?
I just finalized my divorce from my husband. Now how do I go about getting a name change in North Carolina? ANSWER: You will have…View More I just finalized my divorce from my husband. Now how do I go about getting a name change in North Carolina?
Your marriage has fallen so far south, you feel like you are living on opposite poles. You have decided you are ready for divorce, but…View More Lafour Back to Basics
Alimony is the commonly used term to describe the additional money, separate from the division of marital property and child support, that one former spouse…View More Alimony: The Who, What and Why
My husband and I are getting divorced. I want to keep the lake house, but he says it’s his because it’s in his name, not…View More Property Division During Divorce
Spousal maintenanceis commonly referred to as divorce alimony. Any dissolution of marriage involving one of the spouses seeking spousal maintenance is ideally handled by an…View More In Texas, what is “spousal maintenance?”