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  • What Is a “Pre-Arrest Test” for DWI in North Carolina
    What Is a “Pre-Arrest Test” for DWI in North Carolina

    What Is a Pre Arrest Test for DWI in North Carolina from Christopher J. Welch In other words, if you are stopped under suspicion of driving while impaired in North Carolina, you have the right to ...

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  • In a North Carolina Divorce, Who Gets To Decide Where The Kids Go To School?
    In a North Carolina Divorce, Who Gets To Decide Where The Kids Go To School?

    One of the most difficult issues to be settled in a North Carolina divorce action is child custody. Most parents want to have the power to make major decisions for their child. Unfortunately, some ...

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  • Why Do I Need A Premarital Agreement?
    Why Do I Need A Premarital Agreement?

    Deciding whether to enter a premarital agreement, also known as a prenuptial agreement, is an extremely personal decision for the parties involved. Premarital agreements may not be right for every ...

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  • What Age Can a Child Decide Visitation in North Carolina?
    What Age Can a Child Decide Visitation in North Carolina?

    North Carolina, as most states, decides child custody according to what is in the best interest of the child as determined by the family court judge hearing the case. Visitation in North Carolina is ...

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  • Do I Continue Paying Child Support If My Children Are Living With Me Now?
    Do I Continue Paying Child Support If My Children Are Living With Me Now?

    I am still paying child support, though the children are living with me and the custody arrangement has changed. What should I do? Child custody and child support are often very difficult issues to ...

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  • Free Report: DWI in North Carolina – If I Am Under 21 Will My Alcohol In My System Give Me a DWI?
    Free Report: DWI in North Carolina – If I Am Under 21 Will My Alcohol In My System Give Me a DWI?

    Because of the danger of underage drinking and the high physical, emotional, and financial costs that underage drinking costs for the victims and families involved, North Carolina has a no tolerance ...

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