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Court Of Appeals Denies Jury Trial On Motion To Void Collaborative Law Agreement

In the case of Kiell v. Kiell (September 5, 2006), the North Carolina Court of Appeals held that a party claiming fraud in the inducement of a collaborative law agreement was not entitled to a jury trial.  Rather, the Court … Continue reading

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Court Of Appeals Denies Jury Trial On Motion To Void Collaborative Law Agreement

In the case of Kiell v. Kiell (September 5, 2006), the North Carolina Court of Appeals held that a party claiming fraud in the inducement of a collaborative law agreement was not entitled to a jury trial.  Rather, the Court … Continue reading

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Collaborative Law: Codified Under North Carolina Statutes

Effective October 1, 2003, the general concept of collaborative law was given statutory life through Article 4 of the General Statutes of North Carolina, Sections 50-70 through 50-80.  Collaborative law was officially established as an alternative to the judicial disposition … Continue reading

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Collaborative Law: Codified Under North Carolina Statutes

Effective October 1, 2003, the general concept of collaborative law was given statutory life through Article 4 of the General Statutes of North Carolina, Sections 50-70 through 50-80.  Collaborative law was officially established as an alternative to the judicial disposition … Continue reading

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