Greenville NC Divorce & Family Law Blog

A Quick Guide To Alimony In North Carolina

North Carolina is an outstanding place to live. Considered one of the most welcoming, economically developed, exciting states in the Southeast, it is safe to say that many families are happily living and moving to the state yearly. If you and your spouse have recently separated, or are planning to separate before the 2018 year […]

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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 the […]

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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, NC family 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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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 P.A. […]

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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, 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 the […]

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Preserving your Assets with Collaborative Divorce

Divorce Solutions from Irons & Irons P.A. of Greenville, NC Divorce is a complex undertaking no matter the circumstances. Whether your marriage lasted three months or thirty years, navigating the emotional ramifications and practical complexities of ending a relationship is an extremely sensitive and intricate process. One of the most daunting aspects of divorce is the […]

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Possible Impact of Social Media for Your Family Litigation Matter

As a general rule, social media and litigation to do compliment each other. If you are currently involved or if there is a chance you might become involved in a family litigation matter in the future, you should be consistently conscientious of your social media presence. If you haven’t already started considering the “Social Media,” factor, you should consider thinking about it now or it might be too late.

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What is Collaborative Divorce?

Collaborative divorce is considered to be a more amicable divorce option than a traditional adversarial divorce. Simply stated, collaborative divorce allows couples to separate and divorce without fighting it out in court proceedings. Getting a divorce is already an emotionally painful experience, and harsh court hearings may only amplify the heartache and stress.  With collaborative […]

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