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How to Win Sole Custody in North Carolina

If your child’s other parent somehow jeopardizes your child, you may find it necessary to seek sole custody. However, obtaining sole custody rights in North Carolina can be challenging. You will need to prove that it is in your child’s…

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5 Signs Your Marriage Is Over

No one ever enters a marriage expecting the relationship to end. Unfortunately, as much as 50% of marriages end in divorce. Before you officially decide to divorce, there may be many signs that your marriage is over. Here are five…

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Dying Without a Will in NC

If you die without a will in North Carolina, your assets and estate will be handled by North Carolina probate law administrators. This is commonly referred to as “dying intestate.” North Carolina intestacy laws help ensure your final wishes are…

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Divorce In North Carolina: What You Need To Know

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