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When children come into your life, it’s like your heart starts beating for the first time all over again. You know that you’ll do anything to love and protect them. In a divorce, if you win full custody, your child primarily lives with you while the other parent has visitation. Full custody means that you make significant decisions about your child’s life, including medical and educational. Read on and learn how to get full custody of your child in NC.
Whether you wanted a divorce or not, after a year of separation, you may find yourself facing a final divorce hearing. If you’ve never been in a courtroom, awaiting the hearing can bring anxiety about what will happen. So check out our essential divorce hearing guide and worry no more.
If you are thinking about divorce, you may wonder how it works in North Carolina. There are ways to keep the costs down and make divorce easier. Understanding the legal language may help you fight for your rights during the process. Learn about uncontested vs. default divorce.
Because the separation period lasts for an entire year in North Carolina, there is a sense of completion when your separation year finishes and your divorce finally goes through. You may feel excited to finally get your divorce papers, especially if the separation year was stressful. However, is a divorce party a good idea? Let’s look at why you might throw a divorce party and some of the pros and cons of having one.
If you and your spouse cannot agree on your separation or divorce agreements, you may attend mediation with a neutral 3rd party. This mediation may make it possible to work through the sticking points you both have. Mediation is an arrangement where you negotiate and resolve family issues for your final divorce agreement.
A DBB is not a divorce at all; instead, it is a separation ordered by a court because of specific issues in the marriage that prevent living together as a married couple any longer. Let’s look at why someone might choose to get a Divorce from Bed and Board in NC.
If you’ve gone through a divorce, you’ve faced the death of a dream. Whether contentious and complex or straightforward and uncontested, divorce is painful. No matter how “easy” your divorce is, there is a grief associated to letting go of your married life and finding your way into a new place of peace and contentment as a single person again. Let’s look at how to deal with your divorce grief.
If you’re facing divorce, you need to know whether you will have enough income to care for yourself and your children. When both parents have 50 50 custody, who pays child support, and how much do they pay? Read more to learn how it all works.
If you worry about a child’s well-being with their parents or caregivers, you may wonder how to get custody of a child. However, getting child custody is sometimes not easy, even as a parent. The process of getting child custody is often long and challenging, but a child’s best interests are worth the effort. Let’s look at some of the ways that individuals successfully get custody of a child.
Uncontested divorce in NC doesn’t have to be complicated. If you meet specific criteria and can negotiate and work through agreements with your spouse, you can get a divorce in North Carolina without too much fuss or hassle.
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