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.
The holidays are right around the corner. Have fun and stay safe, and remember to keep those in mind who may be without their family or adjusting to new circumstances this holiday. – Attorneys Ann-Margaret Alexander, Andrea Nyren Doyle, and team
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.
Attorneys Ann-Margaret Alexander, Andrea Nyren Doyle, and all of us at Alexander & Doyle, P.A. would like to extend a huge THANK YOU to our veterans. Thank you to all those who have served. We know that you don’t hear that nearly enough.
Communication within the family can be difficult, and adding divorce into the mix can greatly diminish communication effectiveness. Here are tips for putting in your best effort to communicate in a productive way that achieves the ultimate goal of raising your child.
Alexander & Doyle, P.A. was recently recognized by the North Carolina Triangle Edition of Attorney at Law Magazine as the Family Law Firm of the month. The magazine featured an article written by our two child custody and visitation lawyers. In “The Kids Are Alright,” attorneys Ann-Margaret Alexander and Andrea Nyren Doyle discuss what’s most important for protecting your child from the negative effects that child custody issues can have on them.
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.
Domestic violence is an unfortunate reality that plagues our society. Here are eight common behaviors of abusers that are sometimes overlooked by the victim as being considered “domestic violence.” If you or a loved one are victims of abuse, please contact your local authorities and an experienced NC domestic violence lawyer.
With so many different factors involved in the alimony ruling — a decision that can affect you for years upon years — it’s important to make sure all aspects are properly considered. An experienced NC alimony lawyer can help ensure a reasonable alimony agreement. Here are eleven factors that may be considered when determining the structure of your alimony / spousal support situation.
The process for NC divorces can be a tricky one. Make sure you know the best practices for dealing with your divorce or separation. Here are 8 Legal Tips for Divorce & Separation.