Co-Parenting Success Strategies

North Carolina child custody laws encourage parents to develop child-centered parenting agreements that promote the child's best interest. With that in mind, the courts often begin a child custody case with a presumption that joint custody is better for the child and the parents. Joint custody allows both parents to...
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What Are the 3 Types of Child Custody?

If your marriage or relationship is ending and you have children in common, you need to know about child custody, visitation, and many other things. A North Carolina family law attorney can answer your questions and advocate for you in your divorce or child custody case. The word...
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