What Those Dealing with Domestic Violence Need to Know On April 4, 2023, Senate Bill 496 was filed in the North Carolina legislature by three state senators: Sydney Batch, Michael Garrett, and Mary Wills Bode. The bill has since been referred to the Committee on Rules... read more
In 2022 the Conference of Chief District Judges were tasked with assessing the North Carolina Child Support Guidelines and determining what, if any, updates were needed. These updates to the child support laws must occur no less than every four (4) years by obtaining... read more
What Should You Expect from Your Consultation? The anticipation of a family law consultation can be stressful and nerve-wracking. It is a very real and potentially scary first step in the separation and divorce process.
What does this mean for North Carolina and Family Law? On Friday, June 24, 2022, the Supreme Court released a landmark decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, holding that the Constitution does not confer a right to abortion. This decision overruled... read more
An amicable divorce comes down to a few things: peace, preparation, cooperation, and patience. That is, you and your partner decide to keep the bigger picture in mind — meaning no finger-pointing or blame — and… Read the Full Article... read more