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The Technicalities of Family Law

Dec 22nd 2015 at 11:10 PM


Family Law in Wilmington NC can also be termed as matrimonial law, basically family law is a big umbrella under which many smaller but important laws are under consideration such as marriage laws, adoption, civil unions, and custody of child, violence of domestic nature and many other issues of domestic nature. Since these issues are in most of the cases based on individuals, so if you want to be a lawyer then these are some of the most common answers which different attorney and lawyers give to their subjects when they bring up a case of domestic nature.

Common Questions Asked:

Divorce and Annulment:

One of the most common questions asked to lawyers is about the difference of annulment and divorce. Though both are used to abolish a marriage contract between the couples but the difference is that annulment considers that the marriage contract was never made which obviously creates the case that there are no contracts and penalties that usually are accompanied with the marriage dissolution agreement/contract.

Child Custody:

If there is an agreement between the divorced couples that who will take the custody of child then all goes well and good. If no such agreement is their then the court will pass the judgment based on its own understanding that what is best suited for the child.

Support of Child:

It may be the case that upbringing of child may be an expensive task so the court may order one of the parents to pay a specific amount of currency to the parent taking the custody of the child. This amount is used for medical, education and shelter.

Family Law in Wilmington NC can be a tricky situation for you If for instances you get entangled in such type of case, so it is highly recommended for you to get the services of a professional lawyer who may guide you and take you through the case smoothly.

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