CHILD SUPPORT: SECTION II – The Worksheets

In our last segment we discussed the fact that there are three different child support worksheets used in the North Carolina Child Support Guidelines – Worksheet A, Worksheet B and Worksheet C. The different worksheets are used for different custodial arrangements:...

CHILD SUPPORT: SECTION I – The Basics

  In North Carolina, Like many other states, a child support obligation is based on a set of uniform guidelines. However, this does not mean that child support cases are all the same. There are a variety of factors that may affect a child support case such as income...

Collaborative Law

Here in Alamance County, several local family law attorneys have come together to organize a collaborative law group so that we may offer our clients an alternative way to resolve their divorce-related conflicts. The Vernon Law Firm has been at the forefront of this...

“Separation” versus “Abandonment”

In North Carolina, the only thing necessary for a legal separation is for one spouse to move out of the home without the intention of returning and resuming the marital relationship.   No legal documents are necessary (although separation agreements are often highly...