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Can I Move with My Child? (Part 1)

Can I move with my child? - Child custody cases can be very stressful for the parents that are involved.  One of the problems is after the initial child custody order, that is rarely the end of things.  This is because life happens.  Children go through...

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Child Custody Trial

Child custody trial - Child custody cases can be frustrating, time consuming and stressful.  The court procedures can be very complicated for someone who is not trained to deal with it on a regular basis. There are few things in a person’s life that will require...

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Factors in a North Carolina Alimony Case

Factors in a North Carolina Alimony Case - As family law attorneys in Charlotte, North Carolina we receive many inquiries from people who are either seeking a divorce, or are thinking about getting a divorce in the near future.  Of course, there is an emotional...

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Is Drug Use a Bar to Custody?

Drug use, alcohol use, addition, and child custody – can a parent who uses drugs get custody of the child? Parents in the thick of a child custody proceeding are no doubt concerned about the well-being of their child. Usually, they want what is best for the children....

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Divorce and Dependent Spouse – Alimony

Dependent spouse in alimony determinations - It would be very difficult to put a number on how many laws and legal policies are massively misunderstood by the general public, but needless to say, it is a very high number.  Family law is an area of law that...

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Family Law Attorneys

Family law attorneys practice family law.  What does that mean? Family law is the area of law that focuses on domestic relationships and the legal issues that come up in that regard.  In this blog, we will talk in some detail about what that means. This blog...

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Same Sex Marriage and Divorce

As most people know, same sex marriage is legal in North Carolina. With the newfound legality of same sex marriage, many people have wondered how this development affects North Carolina family law. The short answer is, same sex married couples are theoretically...

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Parenting Coordinator in Custody Disputes

What is a Parenting Coordinator?  A parenting coordinator is an individual who is assigned to a couple involved in a custody dispute. The coordinator’s job is to assist the parents in developing co-parenting skills and to help the parents solve disputes...

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