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Changes to Adult Guardianships in NC

Changes to Adult Guardianships in NC

By William Miller and E. Drew Nelson, Attorneys at Law Guardianship laws have been in place for many years; some recent updates to the guardianship laws in North Carolina took effect on January 1, 2024. While many people think about guardianship in relation to a child...
Equitable Distribution in North Carolina

Equitable Distribution in North Carolina

Going through a divorce is an emotional time, and dividing marital assets and liabilities often leads to arguments. In North Carolina, the principle of “equitable distribution” guides this process. The courts generally consider a 50/50 split to be fair,...
Child Support in North Carolina: A Guide for Parents

Child Support in North Carolina: A Guide for Parents

In the wake of separation or divorce, ensuring the well-being of your children remains paramount. Child support plays a crucial role in fulfilling this responsibility, providing financial stability and fostering their continued development. At Brinkley Walser Stoner,...
Equitable Distribution in North Carolina

Is It Too Late to Get Divorced?

Danielle De Angelis, Attorney at Law Most people have heard the statistic that 50% of all marriages in the US end in divorce. While overall that may still be true, there is more to the story. Studies of divorce trends show that divorce rates have declined slightly...
Custody and Summer Vacation: Check Before You Pack

Custody and Summer Vacation: Check Before You Pack

School is ending. Summer is approaching. Vacation is calling. But… for parents who are separated, divorced or otherwise subject to a court order establishing custody, it may not be as simple as packing up the car and heading on out. There are a few other...