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Absolute Divorce Explained by Raleigh Divorce Lawyers

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Raleigh-based family lawyers of Gailor Hunt Jenkins Davis & Taylor explain the requirements for Absolute Divorce. When a marriage ends in North Carolina, the easiest part of the legal process is getting divorced. North Carolina is a “no fault” divorce state, meaning either spouse is entitled to a divorce so long as certain statutory requirements…

201501.12
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Raleigh divorce attorney, S. Nicole Taylor, on the Effect of Cohabitation on Alimony in North Carolina

Under North Carolina law, an obligation to pay alimony under a court order terminates if the party receiving support engages in cohabitation. “Cohabitation” is defined by statute as “the act of two adults dwelling habitually in a private, heterosexual relationship, even if the marriage is not solemnized by marriage or a private homosexual relationship. Cohabitation…

201501.12
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Raleigh Divorce Lawyer Explains Custody: Legal vs. Physical

RALEIGH, NC / ACCESSWIRE / November 5, 2014 / In the United States today, approximately fifty percent of all marriages end in divorce. This increasing number of failing marriages gives rise to the need for divorcing parties to deal with a number of extremely sensitive, difficult and emotional issues, one of the biggest issues being…

201501.12
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Rights of Military Spouses

These protections are especially important when addressing child custody and divorce issues. North Carolina has adopted the Uniform Deployed Custody and Visitation Act which, among other things, prohibits the court from using a parent’s past deployment or possible future deployment as the sole basis for deciding child custody. The Act also provides a quicker process…

201501.12
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Rights of Military Spouses in North Carolina Reports Raleigh Child Custody Lawyer

Raleigh, NC – Several North Carolina and Federal laws provide extra protections for individuals who are in the military. These protections are especially important when addressing child custody and divorce issues. North Carolina has adopted the Uniform Deployed Custody and Visitation Act which, among other things, prohibits the court from using a parent’s past deployment…

201410.09
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Divorce: A Reality Check

The Raleigh family lawyers of Gailor & Hunt announce that the firm’s blog – “Divorce – A Reality Check,” formerly located at www.ncdivorcelawyer.wordpress.com has relocated to www.GWHdivorcelawyers.com/page/news-blogs-categories.html. Gailor Hunt Jenkins Davis & Taylor PLLC is a divorce and family law firm in Raleigh, North Carolina in business since 1994. Our core mission is representation of…

201410.09
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Raleigh Family Lawyer and Counselor Discuss Marital Conflict

(Raleigh Family Lawyer and Licensed Professional Counselor discuss marital conflict). Marriage definitely has its rewards, but any long-term, intimate relationship can also have its challenges. Financial burdens, conflicting parenting styles, poor communication, infidelity, boredom and differences in priorities are all examples of marital conflict that may lead to termination of the relationship. These causes, as…

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What is Alienation of affections in North Carolina reports Raleigh family lawyer

In order to succeed in an action for Alienation of Affection, the innocent spouse must prove that: A marriage existed between the plaintiff and his/or her spouse; The marriage entailed love and affection between the spouses; The love and affection was destroyed; The defendant’s malicious conduct contributed to or caused the loss of affection; and…