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Charles MacCall

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Emergency Video Notary Documents

Emergency Video Notary Requirements Emergency Video Notarization Requirements   Senate Bill 704 (pages 31-34) Emergency Video Notary Certificates 10B_43 Notarial Certificate Oath Emergency Video Notarization  10B_41 Notarial Certificate for Acknowledgement Emergency Video Notarization Affidavit for Video Notarization Affidavit for Legal Proceedings Emergency Video Notarization Certification of Will Emergency Video Notarization Acknowledgment for Short Form Emergency Video Notarization Acknowledgment by Attorney Emergency Video Notarization

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05 May 2020
How to Resolve Your Divorce Issues Without Leaving Home
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How to Resolve Your Divorce Issues Without Leaving Home

Coronavirus has impacted every facet of life, forcing us to seek out new ways of keeping the gears running to keep society moving. Divorce is already a stressful process and its complexities are only being heightened by the ensuing pandemic. Whether you are just starting the divorce process or you’ve just finished your one year separation period, you may be wondering if there is anything...

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28 Apr 2020
Can My Ex Deny Me Custody of My Child Because of COVID-19 and Other Questions
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Can My Ex Deny Me Custody of My Child Because of COVID-19 and Other Questions

The first half of 2020 has seen the US experiencing unprecedented times with the COVID 19 pandemic and stay at home orders.  It is a time of worry and anxiety.  To assist divorced families during this time, the North Carolina Family Court Advisory Commission issued recommendations in April, 2020.  These recommendations were written during the COVID-19 health related crisis but can serve as helpful guidance...

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27 Apr 2020
How Does My Divorce Effect My Stimulus Check?
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How Does My Divorce Effect My Stimulus Check?

During these unprecedented times of 2020, we are receiving many questions about the stimulus check being received by parents who are now separated or divorced.  Who should get the $500 per child?  What if one person has received the other person’s money?   This article will take a look at some of the common questions we are receiving. The US Congress passed a $2.2 trillion stimulus...

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27 Apr 2020
How Do I Spend Time With My Children When I Can’t See Them Physically?
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How Do I Spend Time With My Children When I Can’t See Them Physically?

Perhaps you are not able to spend as much time with your children due to work obligations, travel requirements, or quarantine mandates.  We have gathered some virtual visitation ideas you can implement to enhance your visitations with your children. Phones You can always call or text your children, regardless of visitation hours. Leave a voice mail message if they don’t answer. Don’t miss an opportunity...

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27 Apr 2020
How to Keep a Marital Asset after Divorce
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How to Keep a Marital Asset after Divorce

When a couple gets divorced, all of the property accumulated during the marriage is accounted for, divided, and then distributed. Taking sole possession of smaller assets like furniture or home goods is relatively straightforward. But dividing large assets, mainly the family home and vehicle(s), requires some additional work when the property is subject to a loan or mortgage. There is a common misconception that you...

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23 Apr 2020
Can I Get Divorced During the COVID-19 Pandemic?
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Can I Get Divorced During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Social isolation has been difficult on everyone but especially on spouses enduring marital issues who are now having to cohabitate in close quarters. For many couples who were already butting heads, their situations have gotten far worse. There are many questions lingering. What can couples seeking divorce do during this time? Are there any options to proceed with divorce despite having to live with each...

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16 Apr 2020
Navigating Your Relationship With Your Ex After Divorce
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Navigating Your Relationship With Your Ex After Divorce

Divorce has legal consequences:  your legal obligation for your spouse ends; your taxation status will change; your medical insurance provided by your spouse’s employer will end, and the list of legal results continues.  But, divorce is more than just a legal action with legal ramifications; it’s the act of cutting emotional, mental, and physical ties between you and your ex. When you’re in the thick...

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08 Apr 2020
Co-Parenting During the Outbreak of COVID-19
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Co-Parenting During the Outbreak of COVID-19

Co-parenting can be challenging under the best of circumstances. We are hearing from our clients about new challenges that are coming up in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. We want you to know that you are not alone. Here are some useful tips as you move forward: Your court order still governs, but consider being flexible to meet the best interest of your children. If...

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17 Mar 2020
What is Domestic Violence? Signs to Look Out For and What to Do
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What is Domestic Violence? Signs to Look Out For and What to Do

If you have found yourself on this page you may be struggling with abuse in your relationship or worry that you may be experiencing abuse. Domestic violence is frightening and tragic. While you might feel scared, know that you are not alone. What are the signs of domestic violence? What can you do if you are experiencing them? There are resources to assist you in...

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04 Mar 2020
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