Under the modern concept of marriage, a husband and wife are generally thought of as equal partners, and the wife is generally no longer thought to be under the domination of her husband. Ironically, this concept of treating a husband and wife as a partnership is reflected upon divorce in North Carolina's equitable distribution laws, but is not entirely reflected during the intact marriage, especially with regard to issues of property management.

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