It is fairly common for parents to establish and fund financial accounts in the name of their minor child. Often this is done in anticipation of the child’s college education expenses, to create savings for the child, or for estate planning purposes.
A deposition is a legal process in which an attorney can obtain sworn testimony from a person without being in a courtroom before a judge. The deposition usually takes place in the office of the attorney taking the deposition or some other mutually agreeable place.
The date of separation is the date that the parties begin living separate and apart with the intention on the part of one (or both) of the parties not to resume the marital relationship. Living in separate parts of the same house, or sleeping in separate bedrooms, does not count as being separated.
The North Carolina Child Support Guidelines currently in effect provide recommended guidelines for determining the presumptive child support obligation for parties whose combined adjusted gross incomes is $300,000 per year ($25,000 per month) or less.