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Here, you’ll find access to the most detailed information as it pertains to divorce in North Carolina.

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Who gets the ring in a divorce?

Who gets the wedding ring? This is a question that is often asked after a couple decides to end their marriage or engagement. Engagement and wedding rings hold deep sentimental value for many of us, as well as monetary value. Unfortunately, the answer to this question depends on where and when the relationship ends. Below is a breakdown of the most common rules to help...

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Divorce Checklist – What To Do To Prepare for Your Divorce

Divorce is a confusing and complicated process that can last longer than expected at times. While all that is required before filing for divorce is simply to be separated for one year from your spouse, there are numerous other things you will need to do to make sure you are protected. You will have to make difficult decisions in a short span of time. As...

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Finding a Job After Your Divorce

Rosen Law Firm North Carolina Divorce Lawyers How Do I Find a Job After my Divorce? Your life is falling apart. You can’t believe you are getting a divorce. You never contemplated divorce when you quit your job as a sales executive 15 years ago.  You were so excited to stay at home with your children that the thought of divorce never entered your mind. And now...

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Divorce After 50 – How is it different?

Divorce After 50 – How is it different?

Divorcing over 50 brings with it special challenges and issues to consider. Apart from the normal issues regarding property and support, couples over 50 have issues regarding returning to work, counseling for the extended length of the relationship, and others to consider.


How Do I Prepare to Meet With a Lawyer?

How Do I Prepare to Meet With a Lawyer?

How An Attorney Can Help Since property settlements can be very complicated, a lawyer can help you decide which of your belongings are marital property and which are separate property, and advise you as to how the court will divide that property. A lawyer will also be able to assist you in drafting a separation agreement in order to document your arrangements with your spouse....

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The Cost of Divorce: How Much Are Attorney Fees?

The exact attorney fee will vary with the services you require. Many law firms charge their clients a certain fee per hour. It is difficult for these attorneys to accurately predict the cost or your fee because they do not know precisely how much time it will take to complete your case.


Surviving Divorce: What You Should Know

No matter who initiates a divorce and whether or not you see it coming the process is always very difficult. By having an understanding of what goes on in a divorce and of what you can do to help reach the desired outcome, the process can be made considerably easier.


NC Do It Yourself Divorce Guide for Absolute Divorce

Do It Yourself Divorce Guide

Do It Yourself Divorce Guide provides step-by-step guide to obtain an absolute divorce in North Carolina We’ve done the hard work for you and compiled an ebook, our Do It Yourself Divorce Guide, that walks you, step-by-step, through the process of filing for absolute divorce in North Carolina, including all the forms and detailed instructions on how to fill out each part. For more help with...

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North Carolina Divorce – The Big Picture

North Carolina Divorce – The Big Picture

he first thing you need is a solid understanding of how divorce law works in North Carolina. This article describes the basic substance of separation and marital dissolution law in North Carolina. With this information, you can better grasp the overall outline of the separation and divorce process in North Carolina. You will then be able to make more informed decisions about how you yourself should proceed, once you or your spouse decide that you should no longer live together.


Do I Need an Attorney to Get a Divorce?

Do I Need an Attorney to Get a Divorce?

Divorce in North Carolina is the easiest part, from a legal perspective, of the end of a marriage. The divorce itself does not involve the issues of money or children. Divorce is, in North Carolina,merely a status change which does not directly impact other issues.



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