Divorce is difficult for everyone involved and no one wants to drag out their divorce. If you and your spouse can agree on all aspects of your separation, seeking an uncontested divorce is a great way to expedite the process. Of course, this doesn’t mean that it will be easy, just that you’ll be granted a divorce faster than if you have a contested divorce.
If you’re separated but not legally divorced, you may be worried about what that means for you and your former spouse come tax time.
If you are considering divorce in NC, you probably have a lot of questions and concerns. One of the most common questions surrounding divorce is that of separation. Many people wonder if you need to be legally separated before you can officially divorce in NC and if so, how long you have to be separated […]
Couples seeking an amicable or uncontested divorce may think the process is straightforward and simple. It’s easy to believe that if both parties are in agreement on the terms and property division of the divorce, you don’t need to consult a lawyer. This is not true. While amicable divorces are naturally more straightforward than contested […]
On October 10th of 2014, same-sex marriage was legally recognized in North Carolina. Shortly after, on June 26th of 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court followed in these footsteps by legalizing same-sex marriage in all 50 states. However, this decision did not arise without much controversy and opposition. In North Carolina alone, couples who had previously […]