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1 Answer | Asked in Divorce, Domestic Violence and Family Law for North Carolina on

Q: In NC, what is considered sufficient evidence of physical abuse, infidelity, and financial abuse in divorce proceedings

I have audio recording of physical abuse, pictures of the abuse, and a hospital visit for one injury. The cheating I only have screenshots of mild conversations and a screenshot of his location when he was in a hotel room with a prostitute.

Daphne Edwards answered on Feb 12, 2018

When a husband and wife are divorcing, I often address (1) division of marital property, (2) alimony, and (3) custody. In dividing the marital property, a court does not consider any misconduct except misconduct that harms the value of marital property, such as excessively spending of assets or... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for North Carolina on

Q: I'm a father of 2 and I wanted to know how I can get full custody of my 2 little girls

Daphne Edwards answered on Feb 12, 2018

I know how difficult custody issues are for my clients and am often in awe of my clients who deal with hard custody situations on a daily basis. There are two kinds of custody: (1) legal custody, which is the right to make major decisions for the child, like medical care, educational decisions, and... Read more »

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