Moving Kids Out of State Divorce

Moving Kids Out of State Divorce

Moving Kids Out of State Divorce Ramifications: 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...
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...
Top 10 Questions About NC Custody

Top 10 Questions About NC Custody

1. What is the “default” custody?  If you were never married or if you just filed a “simple” divorce, then custody can be quite messy. While everything may run smoothly if you’re getting along, what happens when you’re not? Unfortunately, many people think that being...
Don’t Go It Alone in Family Law

Don’t Go It Alone in Family Law

Pro se litigants are people who represent themselves in legal proceedings. A few weeks ago, I witnessed the best performance by a pro se litigant that I have ever seen. This pro se litigant was in District Court taking on her ex-husband and his attorney in a temporary...
Homosexuality Not A Reason to Deny Custody

Homosexuality Not A Reason to Deny Custody

In Pulliam v. Smith, 348 N.C. 616, 501 S.E.2d 898 (1998), the North Carolina Supreme Court held that the homosexual parent is entitled to the same consideration as the heterosexual parent in decisions on custody and visitation. A parent’s homosexuality by itself...
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