8:30 - 5:00

Monday - Friday

919.803.6778

Call Us For Free Consultation

Search
Menu
 

Adultery

How We Are Working Through The Covid 19 Pandemic

While the world and our country are going through the struggles, sorrows, and sacrifices due to the Covid 19 Pandemic, we are doing our best to remain functional and being available to assist our clients going through the transitions of divorce. We have implemented the following procedures to ensure that our Staff, Vendors, and Clients remain safe when and if they have to come to our Office:We have instituted a "Remote Working System" where half the Staff works from home while the other half remains in the office Each Staff member has three washable face-masks and disposable gloves. When we meet with...

Continue reading

10 Reasons Not To Take Back A Cheater

Once a cheater, always a cheater? Maybe not, maybe so. But Kiri Blakely had to make the decision about whether to take her cheating husband back. When her husband left her to live with his mistress, Kiri fought to win him back. She fought hard, believing that once he was back the marriage was saved. She got him back, and regretted it. She says it was one of the biggest mistakes she had ever made.Here is her list of 10 Reasons Not To Take A Cheater back:http://thestir.cafemom.com/love_sex/159339/10_reasons_not_to_takeKiri is an author and blogger for The Stir and The Daily Mail. ...

Continue reading

15 Ways To An Easier Divorce

There are thousands of ways to have a terrible, difficult and annoying divorce. There is a ton of bad divorce advice out there including from well-meaning friends, relatives and the internet.Many times it is easier to take the low road, react rather than interact, and end up putting yourself (emotionally or legally) in a far worse place than where you started from.Do you have an obnoxious or vindictive ex-spouse who wants nothing more than to make your life a living hell or to see you suffer? Try taking the High Road. Your lack of reaction will stun your ex and...

Continue reading

Requirements for Divorce in North Carolina

In order to file for divorce in North Carolina, you must have been separated for one year. This means that the two partners must live separately and apart for that period of time. At least one of the partners has to attest that they intended the separation to be permanent. A second requirement is that either party must have lived in the state for a minimum of six months.NC divorces can be either “no fault” meaning that neither party is at fault or fault divorces, also known as Divorce From Bed & Board. Fault divorces may be filed when one...

Continue reading

Hiring A Private Investigator

In many cases a hiring a private investigator is not necessary. In other family law cases, hiring a competent, knowledgeable and effective private investigator is an absolute  necessity if you want results and to discover the truth about your spouse and his actions. Here is an excerpt from our article regarding whether a private investigator is necessary and the criteria for hiring one to assist you and your lawyer. In cases where one spouse is secretive about their activities, assets, associations or employment, it may become necessary for a spouse or parent to hire a private investigator to obtain information. Before...

Continue reading