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Collaborative Law: Why Do I Have to Produce All These Documents?
Don't be overwhelmed by the number of documents that need to be gathered for the collaborative law process. There are a number of reasons why the documents are essential to the process.
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Should I Trust a Recommendation from My Spouse’s Collaborative Attorney About Who to Hire to Represent Me?
If you and your spouse are preparing to separate should you trust the names of collaborative attorneys given to you by your spouse's attorney?
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Let's Go To Mediation- Part 1
Have you decided to separate from your spouse and think you’re on the same page about sharing time with the kids and dividing up your property? Mediation may be a good way to help resolve any issues.
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10 Things Your Child Wants You to Know When Going Through Separation and Divorce
A child is likely to experience an array of emotions as a result of divorce. Read more for a list of ten things your child wants and needs you to know to help them (and yourself) adapt and cope with this chapter of life.
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Hatcher Law Group Welcomes Katie Varner
M. Katherine “Katie” Varner has joined Hatcher Law Group as the Firm's newest family law attorney.
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Dan Lewis recently received his certification as a NCDRC Family Financial Mediator.
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Paul A. DeJesse, Jr. will speak at the upcoming Family Law Section Meet-Up on the topic of child custody hearings.
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North Carolina is one of the few remaining states which recognize the actions of alienation of affection and criminal conversation
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Over the weekend, the Ashley Madison website was hacked, and personal information for some of its users was published online. With hacks such as these, it is paramount to remind individuals of the devastating consequences of cheating.
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When spouses decide to go their separate ways, it is important to know how the property acquired before, during and after marriage will be divided.
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