As lawyers, it is easy to get caught up using legalese with clients and colleagues. We created our latest blog, titled “30 Common Family Law and Divorce Terms Defined,” to aid those who are new to family law and divorce. We hope this helps!
Our blog defines the following terms: Alimony, Attorney’s Fees, Child Custody, Child Support, Consent Order, Contempt, Dependent Spouse, Divorce, Divorce from Bed and board, Equitable, Equitable Distribution, Home State, Interim Distribution, Jurisdiction, Marital Misconduct, Modification, Post-Marital Agreement, Post-Separation Support, Premarital Agreement, Physical Custody, Separation Agreement, Supervised Visitation, Supporting Spouse, Temporary Parenting Arrangement, UCCJEA, and Visitation. Check our full blog defining these common family law and divorce terms.
Want more? Visit our family law and divorce pages for additional resources, and links to more specific areas of law. See also Chapter 50 of the North Carolina General Statutes to read some of the actual statutes and definitions regarding Divorce, Child Support, Child Custody, Divorce, and Alimony.
Posted by Bill and Valerie Hunter
Co-Founders and Attorneys
Hunter & Hein, Attorneys at Law, PLLC