Overview Annulment is a civil court process that declares a marriage never existed. You can only get an annulment in very limited situations. This is not the same as a religious annulment, which can only be granted by your church and has no legal effect on your marital status.
Adultery can be used as a basis for divorce in North Carolina. In addition, North Carolina is one of the few states where an innocent spouse can sue a third-party that broke up the marriage. This article provides a basic overview of adultery laws in North Carolina and how they can impact a divorce.
Break-ups and divorces are usually messy - even under the best of circumstances - but even more so when a couple has children. Without kids, it’s easier to move on with your life - to walk away from the relationship without looking back. But when you have kids, your ex will always be a part of your
The devastating effects of domestic violence on children, whether perpetrated against them or against a parent, have been well documented. When a couple divorces, the judge will carefully consider any acts of domestic violence in determining child custody and visitation.
Parents usually believe they know what’s best for their children when they’re splitting up and facing decisions about custody and visitation. But in North Carolina, what happens when kids have their own opinions on the subject?