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- Can one spouse quit during the collaborative law process?
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Durham divorce lawyer Deborah Throm discusses your "no court" options Read Transcript
ArticlesMore articles »
- Collaborative Divorce
- What You Need to Know about Mediation
- Arbitration: What You Need to Know
- Divorce without Court
- What You Need to Know About Cabarrus County Settlement Procedures
- Should I Get a Lawyer?
- How Much Does a Divorce Cost?
- How to Survive a Divorce
- NC Divorce – The Big Picture
- Don’t Think about a Divorce Unless You’ve Done These 5 Things
FormsMore forms »
- Custody Mediation Cover Sheet Ii
- Designation Of Mediator In Family Financial Case
- Mediation- Motion And Order For Show Cause Hearing
- Motion And Order To Return To Custody Mediation Ii
- Motion And Order To Waive Custody Mediation Ii
- Order For Mediated Settlement Conference In Family Financial Case
- Report Of Mediator Or Other Netural Party In Family Financial Case
- Court Complaint for Custody, Support, Alimony and Property Division
- Sample Separation Agreement
VideosMore videos »
- Why doesn’t mediation always work?
- Dividing Your Property – the House and Everything
- Child Support Video – When Money is on the Line
- The Alimony Secrets Video Seminar
- Everything You Need to Know about Child Custody
- What Everybody Ought to Know About Divorce
- Absolute Divorce Mysteries Revealed
- North Carolina Divorce Site Overview
- Mediation, Collaborative Settlement, and Arbitration
PodcastsMore podcasts »
- Mediation Nation
- Talking Tuition During a Divorce
- March Means Divorce
- What Not to Tell Your Divorce Attorney
- Is Mediation Meant for You?
- Can I Get My Marriage Annulled?
- Do I Need to Have a Record of My Spouse’s Income?
- What If Their Lawyer Screws Up?
- How Easy Is A Do It Yourself Divorce?
- It’s Springtime, And Adultery Is In The Air
StatutesMore statutes »
- §50‑41 Family Law Arbitration Act
- §50-62. Construction; uniformity of interpretation.
- §50-61. Article not retroactive.
- §50-60. Appeals.
- §50-59. Court; jurisdiction.
- §50-58. Applications to the court.
- §50-57. Orders or judgments on award.
- §50-56. Modification of award for alimony, postseparation support, child support, or child custody based on substantial change of circumstances