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Written by: Kaitlin Romanelli Myers, Esq. If you are considering a separation and divorce, you may be wondering, "do I need a separation agreement?" or "what is a separation agreement?" A separation agreement is a contract between you and your spouse that can settle various aspects of your divorce privately and out of the court system. Separation agreements are not mandatory, but can be useful in managing and navigating your separation

Written by: Kaitlin Romanelli Myers, Esq. The answer is, it depends. In North Carolina, there are two ways custody can be decided, by consent, or by a judge following a custody hearing. North Carolina strongly favors parents working together to make a custody determination. When parents come together and form an agreement on their own, or with the help of a mediator or attorneys, it is call a consent

Written by: Kaitlin Romanelli Myers, Esq. The length of time it takes to get a divorce depends on each individual case. The first thing you should know is that North Carolina requires that spouses be separated for one (1) year before they are able to file for divorce. This means that the two spouses must be living separate and apart for a one year period of time before you

ASHEVILLE, NC – January 13, 2021 – Hall Booth Smith, P.C. (HBS) welcomes Kaitlin Romanelli Myers as an Associate to its growing office in Asheville, North Carolina. Kaitlin focuses her practice on family law, insurance defense and general liability matters. She represents clients in a wide range of family law disputes and civil litigation including adoption, divorce, child custody, child support, alimony and termination of parental rights matters. She