January 25, 2017

6 NC Separation Law FAQ’s Shared by Our Concord Attorneys

The State of North Carolina requires that all married persons who are seeking a divorce to have been separated for at least one year before a […]
January 25, 2017

Divorce and Separation Issues in North Carolina Explained

Separation and divorce in North Carolina can be a complex and stressful process. A divorce law firm can provide legal advice throughout the process and help […]
January 25, 2017

5 FAQ’s About North Carolina Divorce Law

If you are seeking a divorce in North Carolina, you will have several legal questions that you want answered before you begin the divorce process. This […]
January 25, 2017

Concord Attorneys Specializing in Divorce Proceedings

‘Who gets the dog?’ It’s a common cliché showing the increasingly difficult questions involved when dealing with property division in divorce cases.   More difficult than […]
January 25, 2017

A Short Guide to Legal Separation & Divorce in North Carolina

A legal separation in North Carolina is often the step a couple will take before they declare an official divorce. A legal separation allows the couple […]
January 25, 2017

Concord NC Lawyer on Tax Implications in Divorce

By Jim DeMay Something that may not be at the front of your mind during your divorce is taxes.  However, there are significant tax consequences with […]
January 25, 2017

Superior Court Judge Rules that North Carolina Alienation of Affections Law is Unconstitutional

By Jim DeMay   North Carolina is one of only a few states in the country that still recognizes the tort of “alienation of affections”, which […]
January 25, 2017

Concord Divorce Attorneys Discuss Equitable Distribution in North Carolina (Part 3 – Distribution)

By Jim DeMay   The initial segments of this series about property division upon divorce explored the first two parts of the equitable distribution process – […]
January 25, 2017

Concord Divorce Attorneys Discuss Equitable Distribution in North Carolina (Part 2 – Valuation)

By Jim DeMay   In part one of this series of posts about property division upon divorce, we explored the first step of the equitable distribution […]
January 25, 2017

Concord Divorce Attorneys Discuss Equitable Distribution in North Carolina (Part 1 – Identification)

By Jim DeMay   While the parties must remain separate and apart for one (1) year before they can be granted an absolute divorce, the parties’ […]