An article covering the subject of ‘Divorce and Alimony’ entitled ‘Understanding Alimony In North Carolina’ has now been released and published by The Law Office of Dustin S. McCrary Divorce and Family Law, an authority website in the Divorce and Child Custody Law niche. The article brings to light fascinating information, especially for those going through a divorce and are concerned about alimony. Anyone who is interested in Divorce and Alimony can read the entire article at https://mccrarylaw.com/articles/understanding-alimony-in-north-carolina.
Because today gender stereotypes concerning employment have little influence on divorce proceedings, perhaps one of the most interesting pieces of information to families going through divorce, which is included within the article, is that historically, alimony was essential to protect the wife from an estranged husband, as women were typically not permitted or expected to work.
The attorney Dustin S. McCrary wanted to use this article to bring particular attention to the subject of Divorce and Alimony. He feels he may have done this best in the following extract:
‘Many states recognize alimony as a resource for a spouse to get back on his or her feet after divorce. North Carolina uses a different method when determining if a spouse qualifies for alimony. Alimony may be awarded if (a) a spouse is “actually substantially dependent”; (b) a spouse is in “substantial need of support”; or (c) the supporting spouse was at fault in ending the marriage. The receiving spouse is known as the “dependent spouse” while the other is the “supporting spouse.”’
The office of Dustin S. McCrary Child Custody and Divorce Lawyer now welcomes comments and questions from readers in relation to the article. Dustin S. McCrary has made a point of saying regular interaction with the readers is critical to running the site because it provides essential knowledge to help people with their divorce.
In discussing the article, McCrary said:
“We wrote the article for those going through the divorce process who have questions about alimony, and we want people to know that we understand the complexities of the divorce process and offer compassionate, effective, and skilled representation. Divorce, custody and family law related issues are our passion and the sole focus of our practice.”
Those wanting more information on alimony or any other services, can contact The Law Office of Dustin S. McCrary Divorce and Family Law by calling 704-380-0456 or clicking the link above.
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