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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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What Is the Process for Obtaining Child Support in NC?

The parents or legal guardians of children are required to provide financial support for their children, regardless of their relationships. Whether you have recently been divorced or separated from your child’s other parent, obtaining child support from the child’s other…

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How to Drop Domestic Violence Charges in NC

Disagreements and misunderstandings are common between spouses, partners, and family members. When an argument blows up, the cops may be called. Some of these situations end up with someone walking away in handcuffs and receiving a criminal charge for domestic…

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How to Win Custody Rights as a Father

Fathers often feel like they face an uphill battle when hoping to fight for their custody rights. However, North Carolina’s child custody laws are designed to prioritize the child’s best interests. This means as an active and involved father who…

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How Hard Is It to Terminate Guardianship in NC?

A guardianship can provide necessary care for an individual. However, it can also be oppressive when no longer needed. Termination of guardianship can be just as difficult as establishing one. It requires court hearings and involvement by legal professionals who…

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Divorce In North Carolina: What You Need To Know

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