Common Law Marriage: Did You Accidentally Get Married?

By Amy A. Edwards
Updated: August 21, 2014
Dating after Divorce

Common law marriages are based on an agreement between the parties, without any paperwork or a formal ceremony performed by a person vested with authority to perform marriages. In my practice, I have met a number of people who believed they were "common law married" in North Carolina. Read more

Amy A. Edwards is a board certified specialist in family law at Mattox, Davis Edwards & Alexander, P.A. She and her professional staff offer clients a strong work ethic combined with prompt and personalized client care. She can be reached at 252-758-3430.

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February 06, 2014

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