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Board Certified Family Law Specialist Matt Arnold answers the question: ” Is there some property that the judge cannot divide?”

Many couples want to use a safety net to protect themselves in case their marriage ends. A prenup is a useful tool that can make uncoupling easier and less contentious in the event the marriage comes to an end. Once in place, the prenup is legally binding and both parties must adhere to the document if they divorce. Sometimes, however, a prenup is unfair and in some instances, it may be possible to contest the validity of the document.

Board Certified Family Law Specialist Matt Arnold answers the question: “Can you guarantee I will get the resolution I want?”

Divorce can be complicated, and many times couples find themselves embroiled in a battle. The settlement in a divorce includes details regarding how to divide property and assets, matters concerning child custody and support, and other issues such as alimony. North Carolina is not a community property state. Instead, it uses the principle of equitable distribution to divide property and assets. This can lead to some conflicts that can delay the divorce process and make the situation more stressful. An experienced North Carolina divorce attorney will help you resolve settlement distribution conflicts and ensure that you get your fair share in a divorce.

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