What is a separation agreement? A separation agreement is a contract between a husband and wife that states the terms under which they will live apart. In North Carolina, if the agreement deals with property issues the full legal name of such a document is a “Separation Agreement and Property Settlement.” You can see a […]Read More
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It is not uncommon by any means for one spouse to be ready to move on, while the other is not. Divorce tends to work that way – one person wants out while the other person is left reeling in the wake, holding out hope for reconciliation. Sometimes a spouse has moved on with someone […]Read More
An outsider’s interference with marriage can cost the outsider big bucks in North Carolina. When someone engages in a relationship with a married person, a resulting alienation of affection or criminal conversation lawsuit can be costly. Fairly high-dollar awards in such cases have existed in the state for a number of years, a fact not […]Read More
Keylogging is a term that comes up frequently in North Carolina divorce cases. It can turn a simple case into a complicated federal dispute. What is keylogging? Are you wondering what your spouse is doing on his or her computer? That’s a question that gets asked by most spouses going through a divorce in North […]Read More
The Electronic Communications Privacy Act and the Stored Wire and Electronic Communications Act, commonly lumped together as the Electronic Communications Privacy Act ("ECPA"), are federal laws that prohibit certain types of electronic eavesdropping.Read More
Rosen Law Firm North Carolina Divorce Lawyers People always want to know – should I put money aside in a rainy day divorce fund? There are many reasons why someone may be inclined to hide away money. Maybe you are in a happy marriage but this stash gives you peace of mind that you would […]Read More