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With every new beginning, there is change. Some people cope with change more easily than others. Some consider it a challenge and others... a hurdle. In more extreme cases, it can break down an individual physically, emotionally and spiritually.
Alienation of Affections and Criminal Conversation are two separate claims that are often paired together. Both claims are civil actions that are brought against a third party lover, commonly referred to in litigation as a paramour.
Alienation of Affections is a civil action by a husband or wife against a third party for that party’s conduct which deprived the husband or wife filing the action of the love and affection that previously existed between husband/wife and his/her spouse.
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A woman, upon application to the clerk of court in North Carolina, may change her name to her maiden name, the surname of a prior deceased husband, or the surname of a prior living husband if she has children who have that husband's surname. A man whose marriage is dissolved by decree of absolute divorce may change the surname he took upon marriage to his pre-marriage surname.
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