Moving Kids Out of State Divorce

Moving Kids Out of State Divorce

The desire to move your child out of North Carolina to a state where you have friends and family during a divorce is understandable. Divorce can often make you feel isolated, and it is important to have support during this challenging time. However, before you move...
Military: Preserving Parental Rights

Military: Preserving Parental Rights

Serving in the military poses significant problems for married couples when a spouse is deployed and they cannot control orders that require frequent relocations. When you are divorced, the problems can expand, especially when your ex-spouse is unsupportive of your...
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

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 children of divorced parents have to manage. Shared custody can...
Moving Issues in Custody Cases

Moving Issues in Custody Cases

Whether it is a spouse that desires to leave the state with their children or a parent that want to prevent the same from occurring, we have seen an influx of inquiries from prospective clients who want to move to another state with their children. These types of...
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