Child Support and Social Security

Child Support and Social Security

Child Support and Social Security

Child support is based on the needs of the child and the incomes of the parents. What happens when a …

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Can You Get a Name Change After Divorce in North Carolina?

Can You Get a Name Change After Divorce in North Carolina?

Most women change their names when they get married (70-80%). Also, 3% of men change their names when they get …

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Divorce with a Special Needs Child in North Carolina

Divorce with a Special Needs Child in North Carolina

When parents of a special needs child divorce, there are unique issues and things to be aware of. A divorcing …

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Will You Need a Forensic Accountant During Your Divorce?

Will You Need a Forensic Accountant During Your Divorce?

Divorce is a complicated and often painful process, and it can be made even more difficult when couples have to …

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What Mistakes Can Be Used Against You in a Custody Battle?

What Mistakes Can Be Used Against You in a Custody Battle?

Divorce might very well be one of the most difficult experiences you have to face in your life. Your priorities …

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North Carolina Divorce With Business Assets Involved

North Carolina Divorce With Business Assets Involved

Divorce is a difficult and emotional process. But it can be even more challenging if you own a business with …

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North Carolina Child Support Arrears and Laws

North Carolina Child Support Arrears and Laws

All parents are legally responsible for supporting their children, regardless of whether there is a court order or not. But …

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When Does Child Support End in North Carolina?

When Does Child Support End in North Carolina?

Child support payments are often mandated by a court of law when the parents of a child go through a …

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Military Divorce in North Carolina

Military Divorce in North Carolina

A military divorce in North Carolina is different from a non-military proceeding in some important ways. There are unique rules …

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Alienation of Affection Laws in North Carolina

Alienation of Affection Laws in North Carolina

Remington & Dixon has seen third parties disrupt marriages and lead to divorces. Perhaps your situation has been affected by …

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