Divorcing Across State Lines

When couples consider separating and/or divorcing, a natural first step is to move away from one another. For some people, this may mean moving to another state to be closer to family or simply to have a fresh start. If this is the case, it is important to know the...

Spousal Spying

For many people, trust is the cornerstone of any solid and healthy relationship. When a person has a reason to suspect his or her spouse is doing something that violates the trust of their relationship, he or she may consider spying. A person may want to spy on his or...

A Parent’s Right to Records

In child custody cases, relations between co-parents can sometimes turn unpleasant. When this is the case, it is common for one or both parents to become uncommunicative and unwilling to share important information regarding the child, such as medical records or...

Subpoenas & Family Law Matters

Legal matters involving family members can become very emotional and stressful. When tensions are running high, some family members may be hesitant to testify or give up evidence that may relate to the case at hand. If this is the case, a subpoenamay be brought into...

Pet Custody

For most people, pets are seen as beloved family members. A bond formed with a pet is something that cannot be easily replaced. Because of this, problems can arise when determining who will get custody of a pet in a separation or divorce. How does North Carolina law...