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A brief introduction to cohabitation agreements

Marriage extends a number of legal obligations and rights to couples across Charlotte, North Carolina, and the entire country. Many other couples, however, are not entitled to any legal protections in the event of death or separation for the simple fact that they are not married under the law. In these cases, heterosexual and same-sex couples can often prevent a number of family law issues by establishing a legally binding cohabitation agreement.

Using and defended against social media evidence in divorce

If you are like most people across the state of North Carolina, you probably maintain at least one social media profile. In fact, many of your personal and professional interactions may occur online. That is why it is so important to consider whether and how your social media presence, as well as that of your spouse, can impact your divorce proceedings. The attorneys at Epperson Law, PLLC, understand the various types of evidence that can be presented in divorce and other family law disputes, and are well-versed in how to not only use but also counter claims based on social media sources.

How are child support orders enforced in North Carolina?

In order to account for the safety and well-being of children across the state, North Carolina mandates that parents be held financially responsible for their kids. Consequently, child support orders are established and enforced by the North Carolina Child Support Enforcement Services, which is a sector of the state's Division of Social Services. Not only is the CSE capable of establishing paternity and implementing child support orders but the CSE is also capable of using a number of methods to enforce the terms of legally binding child support agreements.

Committing too early can contribute to divorce

Most Charlotte, North Carolina, residents would agree that a lot has changed over the years when it comes to relationships and marriage. More and more people are choosing to marry later in life, while many others prefer living in a committed relationship outside of marriage altogether. As societal trends and norms about marriage continue to evolve, so do divorce statistics. Now there is more evidence to suggest that what couples do prior to getting married can have an impact on the longevity of their relationship.

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