A Guide to North Carolina Child Support Obligations

Both parents have a responsibility to financially support their children. The North Carolina legal system reflects this ideal, and promotes …

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Recourse Available When Child Support Obligations Go Unpaid in North Carolina

In divorce and separation situations that involve children, child support obligations are often a source tension and confrontation. The continuing …

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The Attainable Goal of Modifying Child Support Orders

Although the statutory guidelines used by courts to determine child support payments facilitate uniformity and fairness, they also create a …

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“But Officer, I Couldn’t Do that Sober”: Tips for Avoiding a DWI

Many young adults are aware of the different field tests used to test driver sobriety: walk a straight line, count …

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North Carolina Divorce Guide

Divorce is a prevalent, yet complicated, legal issue in North Carolina. Like most states, North Carolina has specific legal requirements …

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Overcoming Inherent Disagreement: The Goal of Child Custody in a Divorce

Going through a divorce is a tremendously taxing burden on a couple, both psychologically and legally. When children are involved, the issue is much more complex. Each child suffers as an unwilling party to the divorce, and sometimes the only party who believes they are at fault for the divorce. Therefore, it is important for divorcing parents to reassure their children that they are not to blame for a divorce.

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North Carolina Traffic Stops and Citations

Highway patrols are intended to maintain safety on North Carolina roads, but they can also be a good way for the county and local police forces to make money. Last year alone, the North Carolina State Highway Patrol issued over 345,000 speeding tickets. Whenever you are pulled over in the Charlotte, North Carolina area, follow these tips in interacting with the officer. If you receive a ticket, it is important to understand the North Carolina driving point system, as well as your rights, before paying the ticket.

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