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Legal separation occurs on the date you and your spouse move into separate residences with the intent to continue living separate and apart from each other. Moving out without a plan can have a negative impact on your case.
Divorce is both an emotional transition and a complex business transaction; we can help you get through it.
If you’ve been a resident of the state for six months and physically separated from your spouse for one year, then you’re eligible for a divorce.
Our partners Jaime Davis and Meredith Cross are Certified Parenting Coordinators and have the experience to help your family through this difficult process.
Collaborative divorce is a legal process that allows separating and divorcing couples to achieve an out of court settlement that meets the specific needs of each party and the family as a whole.
During a marriage, spouses generally acquire property, whether it’s a home, cars, bank accounts, a business, IRAs or stock options.
In North Carolina, annulment is a highly unusual circumstance. In effect to annul a marriage means to void the marriage.
In North Carolina, alimony can be paid in a lump sum or in a continuing, monthly basis. There is no formula for determining the amount and duration of alimony; that determination is up to the discretion of the judge.
In North Carolina, parents have a legal duty to financially support their children until they reach 18 years of age and have graduated from high school.
One of the most litigated issues that can arise during a divorce is child custody and visitation. North Carolina law provides that custody determinations are to be made in the best interests of the child.
Divorce is an emotional transition and a complex business transaction. Gailor Hunt maintains close, professional associations with many counselors and therapists.