Be Aware Divorce is hard. On top of the emotional turmoil, you are also faced with the unpleasant task of dividing your property. Equitable Distribution, the process for dividing the property accumulated during your marriage, has several important legal limitations you should be aware of. That is why it is important to contact an Equitable …

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In North Carolina, most judicial districts require couples to attend mediation as part of the divorce process. Mediation allows couples to resolve disputes through a neutral third-party, the mediator. Mediators do not give legal advice. Instead, they facilitate negotiations and help the couple reach a fair settlement. While every mediation is different, here is what …

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  When couples decide to separate, it may be in their best interest to consider a separation agreement. Separation agreements are a great tool for couples who have unique circumstances they would rather work out on their own without interference from the courts. A separation agreement is a binding contract between the parties that usually …

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        Whenever a lawsuit is filed to establish custody, or a motion is filed to modify an existing custody order, the parties are ordered to attend Child Custody Mediation.  There are certain circumstances which may exempt the parties from mediation; however, generally speaking, custody mediation is mandatory.

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