The Affects of COVID-19 We may have become used to wearing face coverings in public. We may even have accepted avoiding crowds or going to busy restaurants. But there are impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic that may be less obvious, but just as, if not more, impactful. Such as the effects of COVID-19 on family… Read More

These may be three things that do not go together. But a dispute between the owners of the Los Angeles Dodgers, and the property agreement they signed during their divorce proceedings, sheds considerable light on these issues. Before the Uniform Premarital and Marital Agreements Act, there were essentially no uniform laws on this subject. The… Read More

These days, it is rare for anyone to reach adulthood without establishing some kind of internet presence. However, if you are going through a divorce, it is important to tread carefully through the online universe. Many attorneys recommend putting social media on pause during the divorce process. Here are some ways your spouse may use… Read More

When a child is born to a married couple in North Carolina, the husband is presumed to be the father of the child and possesses the same parenting rights and privileges as the child’s mother. This is not the case when the child’s parents are not married. When a mother is not married, she retains… Read More

Not long ago, it was assumed that during divorce, the children went with the mother, and if alimony was to be issued, it was reserved only to wives. While that may have made sense many decades ago because women traditionally were not the breadwinners in the family, the times have changed drastically. Not only do… Read More

A prenuptial agreement, commonly referred to as a ‘prenup,’ is a legal contract that defines the financial property of each spouse before the marriage begins. Prenuptial agreements are not commonly found in most marriages, but that does not mean that there is not a time or place for them. To learn more about the benefits… Read More

In what seems to be something too awful to fully comprehend as being legal, senior citizens are being snatched up across the country by court guardians. These court guardians get approval to take an elderly person or couple from their homes and put them in an assisted living facility, without the elderly person’s consent or… Read More

If you are considering a divorce, you may be wondering where to begin. The laws and procedures for getting divorced depend on the state in which you file. This post outlines some basic divorce laws in the Tar Heel state. North Carolina Divorce Requirements To obtain a divorce in North Carolina, one or both of… Read More

When you have met the one you want to spend the rest of your life with and are busy making plans to marry, the last thing that may be on your mind is the chance that you will end up divorced. While prenuptial agreements may seem unromantic or indicative of doubts about your relationship, the… Read More