Divorce Checklist for Fathers

The divorce checklist for fathers can help with your divorce proceedings. Our Charlotte family and divorce attorney at Remington & …

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How to File for Emergency Child Custody in NC

To file for emergency child custody in North Carolina, file a complaint or motion with the court stating one of …

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How to Tell Your Kids About Divorce

Knowing how to tell your kids about divorce can help prepare them for what’s ahead. While divorce is a time …

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Divorce Checklist for Mothers

Our divorce checklist for mothers can help you plan for the future. Getting divorced is one of the most significant …

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Who Should File for Divorce First?

When you divorce, you want justice in terms of division of property, alimony, and child custody. You want to minimize …

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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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How Can a Social Worker Lose Their License?

When you’re a social worker, your license is your livelihood. As a professional, it’s important to understand how a social …

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Teacher Misconduct Disciplinary Procedures in North Carolina

If you are facing teacher misconduct disciplinary procedures, attorney K. Brandon Remington of Remington & Dixon, PLLC in Charlotte can …

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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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Can You Be a Dental Hygienist With a Felony?

If you’re a dental hygienist facing a felony charge, whether or not you can continue practicing is a difficult question. …

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This is done on a case by case basis if you are involved in a family law, criminal, or professional disciplinary matter that involves another jurisdiction.



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