Can I Get Divorced Online in North Carolina?

Over the past couple of years, people across the country have learned to do a lot online. For years, many of us have ordered food, purchased clothing, and paid our bills online. Now, though, we may also seek medical treatment from doctors, have work-related meetings, take classes, and adopt pets. For a long time, we…

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Can I Change My Child’s Name Without the Father’s Consent?

This is the first question that should have been asked by the mother featured recently in The New York Post article titled, “I hate my son’s name because it reminds me of my ex. Should I change it?” According to the mom, neither she nor her four-year-old son Jake like his name, and both want to change it. The…

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Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency, and Hidden Assets in Divorce

Virtual currency, also called cryptocurrency, is everywhere right now – finance experts are talking about it, it’s popping up on online shopping sites, there are stories on the news, and you may have even looked into it yourself. Bitcoin and similar digital currency were once only available to seasoned technology investors, but today anyone with…

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Who Should Testify in Divorce Proceedings?

When a couple decides to separate and/or divorce, one or both parties may wish to resolve the process as quickly as possible. However, there may be times where a hearing or trial is necessary (regarding financial issues, the division or property, or issues involving children). In these scenarios, various witnesses may be called to testify…

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What Are the Tax Concerns for Business Owners Who Divorce?

When you own a business and decide to get divorced, the company does not just stop operating until things are resolved. It can be even more difficult to move forward when you and your spouse both participate in the business. There are assets and liabilities to divide, and depending upon what your future roles are…

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Can “Married at First Sight” Couples Get Annulments?

The reality TV show Married at First Sight usually prompts two questions from its viewers: Do the couples really get married? Can they get their marriages annulled? The first question (marriage) has an easy answer — yes, the couples actually do get married. The show, prior cast members, and public records have made this clear.…

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