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The Difference Between Divorce & Legal Separation in North Carolina
Ferguson Hayes Hawkins, PLLC

For those seeking divorce or separation from their spouse, it is important to understand the laws in North Carolina. North Carolina laws typically dictate that a couple be separated for one year.

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When Dealing with Divorce, Rebuild Your Life by Cancelling Credit Cards
Ferguson Hayes Hawkins, PLLC

When you are going through a divorce it can be a difficult time because it is a time that will be emotional and also frustrating as well.

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What You Need To Know About North Carolina’s Separation Law
Ferguson Hayes Hawkins, PLLC

If you find that you want a divorce, you should be aware that North Carolina requires a one year separation period before a divorce can be granted.

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What You Need to Know About Getting a Divorce in North Carolina
Ferguson Hayes Hawkins, PLLC

A divorce between two people is always a complex legal proceeding, but North Carolina divorce laws try to ensure that both parties in a divorce are treated fairly.

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What Is Legal Separation in The State of North Carolina?
Ferguson Hayes Hawkins, PLLC

In the state of North Carolina, couples must be separated for at least one year and a day before they can qualify for an absolute divorce.

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What Is Foreclosure Defense & How Can It Save Me From Filing Bankruptcy?
Ferguson Hayes Hawkins, PLLC

Over the past decade, the number of Americans struggling with foreclosure has increased by a large amount and is predicted to continue to grow.

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Ways Your Friends Can Help Rebuild Your Life After a Divorce
Ferguson Hayes Hawkins, PLLC

When you are going through a divorce, you will want to start rebuilding your life and to make this new life of yours work as well as you can.

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TRUTH or FALSE: A Real Estate Quiz
Ferguson Hayes Hawkins, PLLC

Condo owners own the air space and townhouse owners own the complete unit including the land

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Time Is of The Essence: When Is a Delay in Closing a Breach of Contract?
Ferguson Hayes Hawkins, PLLC

When a real estate sales contract provides that the buyer will close on a certain date and the buyer does not close on that date, is the buyer in breach of contract?

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Our Concord Attorneys Explain the Importance of Leaning On Your Family During a Divorce
Ferguson Hayes Hawkins, PLLC

Anytime you find yourself in a bad situation, you can normally fall back on the support of your family. You can always rely on them to be there for you when you most need them.

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