International

Facebook v. Divorce

January 11, 2012

Can your spouse use your Facebook as evidence against you during a divorce? Raleigh divorce attorney, Melissa Essick, joins us this week to discuss  what NOT to post on your Facebook once separated, as well as what North Carolina courts and couples define as a separation.

Grandparents Granted Child Custody

October 26, 2011

Could your parents get custody of your children? Raleigh Divorce Attorney Scott Allen joins host Stephanie Lockwood to discuss the latest laws and rulings as they relate to grandparents gaining custody, as well as how to collect unpaid child support.

The Ins & Outs of Child Support

October 5, 2011

Child support payments going unpaid? It could mean prison time for you. Raleigh Divorce Attorney Kristin Stroud joins host Stephanie Lockwood to discuss the ins and outs of child support, as well as equitable distribution.

Italy’s Supreme Court Ruling on Adultery

March 19, 2008

The Supreme Court in Italy ruled this month that women who commit adultery are allowed to lie under oath to protect their honor. The ruling came after a 48 year-old woman lied under oath about lending her cell phone to her lover.