Divorce

LGBT Family Law

Since October 2014, same-sex couples have been allowed to legally marry in North Carolina. However, both married and unmarried same-sex couples continue to face a variety of challenges due to limited legal precedent. Many couples have cohabited for years prior to getting married, and have acquired personal and real property often without any written agreement. […]

Advantages of a Collaborative Divorce

Around a million couples get a divorce in the USA every year. Most couples desire for the divorce to be amicable but are often left angry, resentful, and with less money than when they started the traditional court-based divorce process. There is a better way. The collaborative divorce process has six significant advantages over the […]

Signs You’re in an Emotionally Abusive Relationship

Signs You Are In An Emotionally Abusive Relationship

Just because it is not physical doesn’t mean there will be no scars. Abusive relationships can take multiple forms. Just because a person is not experiencing physical mistreatment, does not mean that other types of abuse are acceptable. The idea that a person in a committed relationship must endure harassment and fear from their partner […]

Cary Divorce Attorneys to Present at Second Saturday Divorce Workshop

The Cary family lawyers and divorce attorneys of Alexander & Doyle, P.A. to present at the May 2016 Second Saturday divorce workshop. PRLog — Divorce may be one of the most complicated situations you encounter. Emotions may run high, and your legal and financial situation may be uncertain. Thankfully, there are numerous resources available for […]

How To Plan To Leave Your Spouse

When you’ve made the decision to leave your spouse, don’t just pack your bags and walk out the door without having any other plans than, “I’ll be at my mother’s/friend’s.” This is a major life decision. Craft your exit strategy carefully, make a plan, and prepare for the road ahead.

Why Are Documents Important In Divorce – Property Division

Documents have been called the “lifeblood” of a divorce. From the obvious documents like tax records and bank statements, to the less obvious things like a child’s report card. Gathering the right documents in a quick time frame is key to empowering your divorce attorney to present the case in the most effective way possible.

Case Result: Coleman v. Coleman

Alexander & Doyle, P.A. represented the Plaintiff-Appellee in the NC Court of Appeals divorce case between Coleman v. Coleman. Read more to learn how attorneys Ann-Margaret Alexander and Andrea Nyren Doyle helped this divorce client.