If you are looking at a no-fault divorce, there are considerations you should be aware of regarding alimony, child support, and property divisions. North Carolina is a no-fault divorce state, which means that the spouse who files for the divorce doesn’t need to show a specific cause or that either spouse was at fault. However, […]
If you have lost your job or suffered a reduced income due to the current situation with the Coronavirus (or for any other reasons beyond your control) you may be able to substantially modify your alimony payments. Almost all alimony obligations are set out in either a contract or a court order. How your payments […]
Can you be ordered to pay Alimony based on Social Security income under North Carolina Divorce Law?
A divorce in North Carolina can be a simple matter or take years depending upon many factors. If your divorce is contested or allegations of misconduct are made, then the proceedings can take much longer. Find out what it takes to have a short, successful divorce by reading the resource by our team of Raleigh family lawyers.
Following proper procedure for filing a family law claim against your spouse is the best way to assure your chances at a positive outcome for your case. Contact a legal representative for support with your case.