Greenville NC Divorce & Family Law Blog

What the Stay at Home Order Mean for Separated or Divorced Parents

Life under the COVID-19 stay-at-home orders are posing a variety of challenges for families, including, but definitely not limited to navigating online learning with children while schools are closed, balancing working from home with caring for children as daycares are shut down, and for some, a loss or reduction in pay as furloughs and layoffs […]

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COVID-19 Safety Measures

Irons & Irons P.A. is Accepting New Clients During COVID-19 Even through the COVID-19 outbreak, we are doing everything we can to serve our existing clients as well as assist new clients who are in need of legal assistance. We are maintaining standard business hours and wanted to share how we can continue operations while […]

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How Social Media Can Impact Your Child Custody Case

It is no secret that social media can negatively impact a relationship. Although social media has only been part of our daily lives for a decade or so, studies show that as many as 1 in 5 divorces involve Facebook. But once the divorce is in motion, social media can still damage your case, especially […]

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Physical Custody vs Legal Custody: What to Know

If you have children and are facing a divorce, you are likely concerned about child custody arrangements. While it is often the most emotionally charged part of divorce, informing yourself before meeting with an attorney can help calm your nerves and prepare you for the discussions ahead. When it comes to custody, most people aren’t […]

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Benefits of divorce

What are the Benefits of Divorce?

Even though the divorce rate has dipped recently, divorce’s moral acceptability has never been higher. So, more people in North Carolina view marriage dissolution as a legitimate way to end an unsatisfactory marriage. Emotionally, the process is usually quite slow, especially in the Tarheel State. North Carolina law mandates a one-year separation period in most […]

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Common Tax Issues During a Divorce

For many people, divorce is an inconvenient and uncomfortable obstacle to work through. Some people may be interested in concluding the divorce as soon as possible so they’re able to move on with their life, and some people are still holding on to their marriage in hopes of resolving everything and retaining partnership. Regardless of […]

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Tips for Child Custody Disputes in Greenville, NC

It is important to make your child custody agreement into a legally binding document when dealing with divorce. The Greenville family law attorneys at Irons & Irons P.A. want to help you figure out which child custody legal document best suits your individual needs. There are two common ways to memorialize custodial arrangements – separation […]

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Greenville, NC Kid Friendly Activities for the 2017 Holiday Season

The 2017 holiday season is upon us.  If you are looking for fun things to do with your kids in and around the Greenville, North Carolina area, you’ve discovered the perfect place.  Here’s a list of both fun and educational things you can enjoy with children to make the most of the 2017 holiday season: Jolly […]

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Greenville NC Family Law Firm Anniversary

Irons & Irons P.A. Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Thursday, September 21st, 2017 was a milestone for Irons & Irons P.A.  We celebrated our 10th business anniversary and a great time was had by all.  We enjoyed celebrating this milestone with an office party complete with a cake that included the Irons & Irons P.A. logo.   In Attendance were the Irons & Irons […]

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High Net Worth Divorce – Do’s and Don’ts

5 Do’s and Don’ts of High Net-worth Divorce Beyond the emotional complexities inherent in any separation agreement, high net worth divorce comes with its own unique set of challenges. From the sheer complexity of cataloging extensive assets to distinguishing premarital from marital property, the territory is rife with potential roadblocks and points of contention. So […]

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