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When parents separate and are negotiating a custody and visitation schedule, the issue of children’s activities is frequently discussed. Although every case is different, the courts are directed by law to focus on the best interest of the child.
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Issuing discovery requests during a family law case is important. If the discovery process is used both efficiently and strategically, by the end of it, you should know the strengths and weaknesses of your case, as well as the strengths and weaknesses of the opposing party’s case.
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The holiday season brings up a great deal of emotions for a lot of people, especially for children. Typically, there are many good feelings attached to holidays for children, and that does not have to end when their parents are separated or divorced.
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When child support is calculated using the presumptive North Carolina Child Support Guidelines, a family law attorney must examine whether the private school tuition could be considered an extraordinary expense for purposes of the calculation.
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The state of North Carolina utilizes a system for calculating child support wherein mothers and fathers have their child support obligations calculated by use of presumptive basic child support amounts and worksheets. In certain situations the use of the guideline calculations is not appropriate. The law in North Carolina allows a party to request the court a deviation from the presumptive child support guidelines.
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Most people do not realize how perceptive and intuitive children are. We make the mistake of thinking that if we (the parents) are not screaming at each other right in front of the children, then the children think everything is fine.
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When balancing your first holiday together as a blended family, fall back to your values and traditions, remember the significance of the season, and move forward with new customs and understanding.
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Many attorneys fall into the habit of pushing the same holiday schedule over and over and applying it to vastly different families. A custody schedule should be unique in all ways so that it can truly be what is best for your family, not someone else’s.
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Domestic matters are often seen as a win at all cost battle between people who once loved each other. When the smoke clears and the litigants tire of battle, they are often faced with a strong desire to settle their case but, a perhaps even stronger desire, to save face with the opposing party.
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The relocation of a primary custodial parent with a child can have serious detrimental consequences to the non-custodial parent’s relationship with that child while at the same time possibly enhance a child’s quality of life.
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