There are two courthouses in Raleigh, and many people often do not know which courthouse they need to be in. Wake County Justice Center: Located at 300 S. Salisbury Street in Raleigh, this courthouse handles criminal matters, traffic, marriage licenses, and houses the Register of Deeds. If you are supposed to appear in a room
Category Archives: Family Law
Our friends at The Castle Law Firm in Jacksonville, NC, give us an overview of the difference between divorce and separation in North Carolina. If you need help with divorce or separation in Wake or Durham County, call Guirguis Law at (919) 832-0500.
No-contact orders, commonly referred to as restraining orders, are covered under N.C.G.S. 50B and 50C. Both are free to file, and can be filed in the courthouse in the county you reside in. What is the difference between a 50B and a 50C in North Carolina? 50B: Chapter 50B covers domestic violence between: Current or former
So, you’ve both said “I do”, listened to awkward wedding toasts at the reception, survived the mayhem that ensued during the bouquet toss, and had an enjoyable honeymoon on a tropical island. Now that you and your spouse have settled in to your new home and begun to write your thank-you notes for the wedding gifts,
What is a Separation Agreement? Separation Agreements are marital contracts between a husband and a wife as defined in G.S. §52-10 and §52-10.1. The basic agreements for a separation agreement to be valid according to North Carolina Supreme Court case Archbell v. Archbell, 158 N.C. 408, 74 S.E. 327 (1912) and later in Smith v.