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When is a parent able to approach a judge ex parte – without first notifying the other party – to change the living arrangements of a child or to change custody?
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Spring Break is right around the corner. If you can reach a custodial agreement without the court deciding for you, you will have more control in how Spring Break will be shared between you both.
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The decisions you make in your family law case can greatly impact your tax returns during separation and beyond.
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Effective January 1, 2015, the North Carolina Child Support Guidelines have been revised/updated.
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When considering payment and/or receipt of child support and alimony, it is important to recognize the income tax ramifications.
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a name for something that affects millions in our country: intimate partner violence, or IPV.
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With Valentine’s Day quickly approaching, many men and women will find themselves being wined, dined, and maybe they’ll find that a ring awaits them as the final course.
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Children are often caught off guard when their parents separate. When parents argue within earshot of their children it places them in an uncomfortable and confused state. As the parents’ relationship continues to deteriorate, so does the child’s understanding of what’s happening.
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Unfortunately, many disputes between parents and children arise over a misunderstanding of visitation terms. To avoid conflict and confusion, it is always recommended that parents enter into a Consent Order with the court whereby they set out specifically the contact and visitation they shall each have with their children.
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In the Family Law world, we often see heart-breaking situations, and the holidays can prove to be especially difficult. In starting off the New Year, why not strive to do something positive?
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