North Carolina Bastardy Statutes

North Carolina Bastardy Statutes

The legal term “bastardy,” refers to a child who is born under illegitimate conditions. It is derived of old English common law, where during those times, a special proceeding would be held in order to determine if the child could inherit from a putative father,...
Co-parenting in the Summer

Co-parenting in the Summer

It’s summer! Time for summertime activities, summer camp, and vacations. Co-parenting can bring a unique set of circumstances to the table as it relates to how summer activities and parenting time are handled. This blog seeks to provide some insight into the unique...
The Family Law Arbitration Act

The Family Law Arbitration Act

The Family Law Arbitration Act – In some of our previous entries, we have discussed the requirement of attending mediation whenever the issue of child custody is brought to the Court’s attention. Outside of this mediation requirement, the parties to a child...
Getting Attorney’s Fees from Your Spouse

Getting Attorney’s Fees from Your Spouse

Divorces can take a heavy toll on people. When any aspect of a divorce is contested, it can be mentally and financially draining on the parties involved. In general, most family law attorneys bill their clients on a retainer. This means that the client deposits a flat...
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