Jennifer Hames

Separation agreement vs court ordered separation

Understanding The Differences Between A Separation Agreement and Court-Ordered Separation

Do you want to control how your marriage ends? When couples in North Carolina decide to end their marriage, there are two options: a separation agreement or litigation. Both approaches serve the purpose of legally separating the spouses, but they differ in terms of process, enforceability, and specific legal implications. Let’s delve into the dissimilarities […]

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Empowering Your Safety, Thinking About Filing A DVPO NC 50B Order

When To File North Carolina 50B Order, What To Have, What To Do Dealing with domestic violence is an incredibly challenging situation that can leave individuals feeling vulnerable and uncertain about their safety. What Is a 50B Order? In North Carolina, victims of domestic violence have the option to seek a protective order, commonly known

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Parenting After Divorce

Parenting after divorce is very difficult on your child.  Its important to know that your children will need help adjusting to their new life.  Here are some tips I have found that benefit my clients in parenting. Your feelings matter too. Your marriage may have been over for years, but you will also have emotions

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Gray Divorce

Gray Divorce:  Increasing at an alarming rate. Lincoln County has seen an influx of residents over the age of 50.  Whether its the influx of communities centered at retirees, the desire to be closer to grandchildren, or lower North Carolina taxes, many individuals are relocating to our great county. With that, gray divorce has been

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Electronic Security in Divorce and Privacy Concerns

Electronic Security in Divorce and Privacy Concerns Electronic  security in divorce and privacy are big issues in modern day divorce and custody suits.  Spouses are using shared accounts and devices to access information that could be used at trial.  More attorneys are sending electronic preservation letters to opposing parties to preserve your electronic accounts, text messages, emails,

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