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Durham divorce lawyer Deborah Throm discusses your "no court" options Read Transcript
ArticlesMore articles »
- Cabarrus County Local Rules Regarding Settlement Procedures
- NC Divorce – The Big Picture
- The Price of Divorce
- Choosing an Attorney
- NC Divorce and You: How to get through a divorce in North Carolina
- Should I Get a Lawyer?
- 5 Things to Do Before You Even Think About Getting a Divorce
- Collaborative Divorce
- Collaborative Divorce – The No-Court Divorce
FormsMore forms »
- Sample Separation Agreement
- Court Complaint for Custody, Support, Alimony and Property Division
- Report Of Mediator Or Other Netural Party In Family Financial Case
- Order For Mediated Settlement Conference In Family Financial Case
- Motion And Order To Waive Custody Mediation Ii
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- Mediation- Motion And Order For Show Cause Hearing
- Designation Of Mediator In Family Financial Case
- Custody Mediation Cover Sheet Ii
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- Is Mediation Meant for You?
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StatutesMore statutes »
- §50-41. Purpose; short title.
- §50-42. Arbitration agreements made valid, irrevocable, and enforceable
- §50-43. Proceedings to compel or stay arbitration.
- §50-44. Interim relief and interim measures.
- §50-45. Appointment of arbitrators; rules for conducting
- §50-46. Majority action by arbitrators.
- §50-47. Hearing.
- §50-48. Representation by attorney.