Can I Change My Child’s School?

Can I Change My Child’s School?

Changing your child’s school requires you to have legal custody or the authority to do so from the court order or agreement. There are two types of custody that are often used interchangeably but mean very different things. Legal Custody:  Legal custody is the...
Child Custody in North Carolina

Child Custody in North Carolina

Child custody cases are the most emotionally charged type of court exposure most people ever experience. Custody battles are usually tied to a divorce or couples who conceived a child but never married although they may also occur in adoption proceedings. Some child...
Nesting Custody Arrangements

Nesting Custody Arrangements

Why Do Some Parents Choose Nesting Custody Arrangements? Packing, unpacking, missing homework left at Dad’s or Mom’s—frustrated friends who don’t know where they are, and, being too far away to participate in fun weekend activities are issues...
Grandparent Custody vs. Visitation: Which Option is for you?

Grandparent Custody vs. Visitation: Which Option is for you?

Grandparents custody or visitation is a complicated issue. If you are lucky enough to have a grandchild, then you know that there are few greater joys than spending time with a child. That is why it is so heartbreaking for many loving grandparents who are cut out of...
Custody Arrangements for a Military Parent

Custody Arrangements for a Military Parent

Historically, North Carolina has had a number of special protections for military parents in contested custody situations. Effective October 1, 2013, the North Carolina General Assembly conducted an overhaul on the custody rights of military parents. More...
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