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Daphne Edwards has been included in North Carolina Super Lawyers for the third consecutive year.
Divorce is tough for everyone but military deployments, living apart from one another, frequent moves, and the other sacrifices that often accompany life in the military can all wreak havoc on one’s marriage and make divorce that much more complicated.
Daphne Edwards and the firm are pleased to announce that Daphne has been included in the Business North Carolina Legal Elite for the fourth consecutive year.
Depending on the circumstances of a divorce, one spouse may receive an order for financial support from the other spouse. This type of support is usually referred to as alimony or spousal support.
These are civil tort claims that can entitle an aggrieved spouse to recover monetary damages from the third-party.
While the division of property and spousal support cannot be changed once the final decree is issued, there are times when child support or child custody may need to be modified by either spouse.