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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.
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.
Premarital agreements are contracts between soon-to-be-spouses that define property distribution if you and your partner decide to get divorced in the future. At Gailor Hunt, we can help you draft a premarital agreement that best suits your needs.
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.
Some of the most litigated issues that can arise during a divorce are child custody, visitation and child support. North Carolina law provides that custody determinations are to be made in the best interests of the child, and parents have a legal duty to financially support their children until they reach 18 years of age and have graduated from high school.
During a marriage, spouses generally acquire property, whether it’s a home, cars, bank accounts, a business, IRAs or stock options.
If you experienced domestic violence, you are eligible for divorce regardless of age, gender, race, religion, or sexual orientation. Work with our experienced team of lawyers to develop a plan to get out of your situation.
If you believe that you experienced damage from a family law case, you can file an appeal with the North Carolina Court of Appeals. You must file the appeal within 30 days of the judge’s final court ruling. Contact the attorneys at Gailor Hunt for help with drafting an appeal letter and more.
Gailor Hunt provides services for a wide range of claims, including emotional distress, invasion of privacy, spousal defamation, and more. Contact us today to let us know how we can help.
Gailor Hunt offers mediation and arbitration services so you can settle your divorce out of court. Our attorneys have extensive experience in all types of family law cases, including alimony, child support, and more.