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Defending Against a North Carolina Domestic Violence Protective Order / DVPO

If a North Carolina court issues a Domestic Violence Protective Order (DVPO) against you, the court order must be taken very seriously. Failing to comply with the order can result in criminal charges being filed against you. The proceedings may also… Read More
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Restraining Order / Domestic Violence Protective Order

Understanding Domestic Violence Protective Orders and Restraining Orders in North Carolina

North Carolina law provides a court process through which victims of domestic violence can secure protective orders to restrain abusers from further acts of domestic violence against the victims and their children. A domestic violence protective ord… Read More
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Adoption Law in North Carolina - Child holds a drawn house with family.

Basics of Adoption Law in North Carolina

Adoption is the legal process of creating the relationship of parent and child between two people. North Carolina, like all other states, has specific laws governing adoptions in the state. Adoption law in North Carolina is complex. Each situation ha… Read More
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Equitable Distribution in North Carolina

When a married couple decides to separate and proceed with divorce in North Carolina, the property owned by the couple is often divided in a separation and property settlement agreement. However, if the spouses cannot agree how to divide the property… Read More
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Emergency Child Custody in North Carolina: When Can You Get It?

Petitioning the court for emergency child custody is a very serious matter. In North Carolina, there are very limited circumstances for which a court will find justification for an emergency child custody order. Read More
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Legitimation: Kid and Dad at North Carolina Beach

Legitimation of Children in North Carolina

A child born in North Carolina to unmarried parents does not have the same legal rights and privileges with regard to the biological father as a child born to married parents. A specific law establishes a procedure to ensure that the child has those… Read More
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North Carolina Family Law: What Same Sex Marriage Means for Domestic Partnerships and Civil Unions

Did you know that before same sex marriage was legal in North Carolina, many cities and counties in our State recognized domestic partnerships and still recognize domestic partnerships today? Read More
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