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Welcome to the 2016 Family Matters E-newsletter Archive

Family Matters E-newsletter (December 2016)
Why Can’t We Use the Same Attorney if We Both Agree?
The Great Treasure Hunt: Hidden Income

How Do I Serve My Ex If I Can’t Find My Ex?

Family Matters E-newsletter (November 2016)
Your Case & the Cutting Room Floor: Too Much of a Good Thing?
Ten Tips For Financial Mediation
Medical Records in Family Law Cases

No September or October 2016 E-newsletters

Family Matters E-newsletter (August 2016)
Is an Uncontested Child Custody Order Right For You?
Can I Give Up My Rights as a Parent?
What Is Family Court?

Family Matters E-newsletter (July 2016)
New Case: Was the Marriage Worth the Paper it was Printed On?
Infliction of Emotional Distress: Does My Divorce Qualify?
What Happens to My Child Support Payment if I Quit My Job?

Family Matters E-newsletter (June 2016)
A Dish Best Served Cold: Malicious Prosecution Cases in NC
The House of Cards: Parents and Substance Abuse
Not a Shield Nor a Sword: Daddy Went to Prison

Family Matters E-newsletter (May 2016)
What Counts as Income for Child Support in NC?
Right to Privacy: Can We Close the Courtroom When I Testify? 

Family Matters E-newsletter (April 2016)
Can My Spouse Spill the Beans in Court? Spousal Privilege in NC
Alternatives to Court – Alternative Dispute Resolution
Why Do I Have to Get All These Documents to Start My Case?

Family Matters E-newsletter (March 2016)
Is Your Life an Open Book? Part I — Protective Orders in Discovery
Is Your Life an Open Book? Part 2 — Quashing Subpoenas
Two’s Company & Three’s a Crowd: 3rd Parties in Family Law Cases

Family Matters E-newsletter (February 2016)
Parenting Coordination (Guest Feature)
The Spirit of the Law: Enforcing Orders
Getting Attorney’s Fees in Family Law Cases

Family Matters E-newsletter (January 2016)
What Do Judges Consider in Child Custody Cases?
Going Through Your Case With a Fine Tooth Comb: Appeals
Hired Guns: Experts in Family Law Cases

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