Nc dating laws
Any state resident of North Carolina who has been convicted of a sexual offense must maintain registration with the sheriff of the county where he lives.
If a person moves from another state to North Carolina, he must register within three business days of establishing residence or within 15 days of arriving, whichever comes first.
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The rules are from Title 15A, Subchapter 18A of the North Carolina Administrative Code.
The court shall exercise its discretion in determining the amount, duration, and manner of payment of alimony.
The duration of the award may be for a specified or for an indefinite term.
Anyone that lives outside of North Carolina but has committed a reportable crime in the state, works in the state or attends school in the state must maintain registration with the sheriff of the county where the person is located.
In making the determination, the court shall consider all relevant factors including acts of domestic violence between the parties, the safety of the child, and the safety of either party from domestic violence by the other party and shall make findings accordingly.
[Based on North Carolina General Statutes, Chapter 50, Section 50-13.1] North Carolina is an equitable distribution state.
There shall be an equal division by using net value of marital property and net value of divisible property unless the court determines that an equal division is not equitable.
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If a person is a resident of North Carolina, he must register within three business days of being released from jail or prison.