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The Legal Ramifications of Adultery

In Separation & Divorce by Elizabeth Stephenson

Adultery is an incredible breach of marital trust that many marriages simply cannot survive. Beyond the massive emotional toll and the dissolution of a family that can result from adultery, there are very real legal consequences. If your spouse has engaged in this violation or if you are being accused of it, then it is worth your time to explore these legal consequences. Alimony Accounts for Adultery North Carolina is a no-fault divorce state, which means to obtain an absolute divorce, a spouse does not need to prove anything other than a year-long separation. However, when it comes to spousal support, courts are not only free to consider adultery, but a judge may be required to consider it. Under the North Carolina General Statutes, the court weighs “illicit sexual behavior” …

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Adultery, Child Custody and Alimony: Private Investigators and Family Law Matters

In Child Custody, Separation & Divorce by Pat Williams

If you are interested in finding a private investigator for your domestic case, please find someone who focuses on this aspect of investigation rather than a generalist.  When making your selection to locate a private investigator, be sure to select one that specializes in Family Law Investigations.  Those who are seasoned professionals know and understand the evidence necessary in order to prevail in court. Here are three primary ways private investigators assist in family law investigations. Adultery.  There are two elements of adultery. Inclination which is the show of affection, handholding, kissing, hugging or even a touch on the face is a strong indicator your husband or wife and this significant other person are more than just friends. Additionally, it is the responsibility of the investigator to find opportunity, the …