Parents often believe that child custody can be enforced based upon a mutually executed documents, such as a separation agreement or custody agreement.
Divorces in the state of North Carolina are granted based upon a one year separation period.
Child Support is one of the most common issues faced by parents in North Carolina. In most cases, child support in North Carolina is calculated by the North Carolina Child Support Guidelines.
Johnson Law is experienced in handling cases involving domestic violence and protective orders.
Experienced Spousal Support Attorney In the State of North Carolina, when people separate it can be financially difficult. Dependent spouses are able to pursue claims for post-separation support and/or alimony. Post-Separation support is temporary in nature, while alimony is typically longer in duration. Either party may move for post-separation support in North Carolina. The court […]
North Carolina is one of the few states that still recognizes the claim of Alienation of Affections and Criminal Conversations.