If you are pursuing a family law claim against your spouse, whether it be a claim for absolute divorce, child custody, equitable distribution, or another type of claim, your spouse will need to be properly served with the summons, complaint and other legal documents. Service on an opposing party is required under the North Carolina […]
Be prepared to pay for your divorce service, especially when working with a qualified attorney. A consultation will help you to determine your options and what you can do to successfully navigate divorce.
When you have a hearing in, for example, the Wake County Family Courts, it can be a stressful time. Many people have never had to go to court for a hearing and do not know what to expect. Before you go to court, here are a few non-legal things to keep in mind: Be sure […]
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In our Raleigh divorce law office we often get this question. It seems like a simple question, but many people only think domestic violence means physical abuse. There are many ways victims, or minor children, can suffer from domestic violence. Below is a portion of N.C. Gen. Stat. Section 50B-1, which defines domestic violence: (a) […]