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

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...
Child Custody Issues

Child Custody Issues

It’s time for your child to visit their non-custodial parent, and they’re not happy about having to go. What is your job in that situation? The short answer is: follow the custody order. But of course reality is never that easy. How about two scenarios to...
Do Women Have Advantage in NC Custody?

Do Women Have Advantage in NC Custody?

Men ask me frequently if women have an advantage in NC custody cases. These men are trying to figure out whether or not the judge is going to give their wife preferred treatment in a child custody trial and my answer is sometimes but not for the reason you think. The...
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