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April 2017 Archives

Report shows how government hacking may be challenged

North Carolina residents may have heard that federal agents are more and more spying on computer users, remotely and secretly, so that they can obtain evidence. However, a report that was released on March 30 offers ways in which this surveillance activity can be challenged.

What to do in a child custody hearing

Parents in North Carolina who are going through a divorce might want to consider whether they can compromise on joint custody instead of each of them fighting for full custody. However, if they cannot agree, then the decision might be made by a judge following a custody hearing. If this happens, the parent should prepare for the hearing by researching custody law.

Shared parenting means shared photographs for these parents

A child of divorce herself, Victoria B. had very few photographs of her childhood at all, let alone pictures that included both of her parents. After her own divorce, she was determined not to let that happen to her son Bruce.

What you need to know about DWI in North Carolina

North Carolina changed its drunk driving laws in 1983, passing the Safe Roads Act that unified all of our drunk driving laws and set new standards. One of the changes with this new law is that drunk driving charges are referred to as driving while intoxicated (DWI). There are four different blood alcohol concentration limits in place, depending on the individual accused of drunk driving.

Awarded alimony? Then prepare to keep track of the payments

Alimony, also known as spousal support, can be a critical element to any divorce. However, it is not guaranteed to be involved in any given divorce. Each state handles alimony differently, but in most cases, a complex formula or a judge's ruling (based on many different factors such as the length of the marriage, the health of the spouses and the professional prospects of the spouses) will determine if alimony should be used or not.

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