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Children are almost always the ones who suffer the most through their parents’ separation and divorce. One way to provide the Court with a better understanding of the child’s desires as to which parent has custody is to review the notes compiled by the child’s therapist.
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It is important to be knowledgeable about the Local Rules that are applicable to the county in which your case is being heard. Local Rules provide more detail as to how tasks are completed within a certain judicial district than do the North Carolina General Statutes.
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If you know that your marriage has come to an end, you probably have many questions about how to go about separating from your spouse. This is a difficult time, especially if you have children. It is imperative that the children are the first priority in every decision you make.
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If you or a loved one have moved to North Carolina and need to enforce or modify an out of state child custody order, then there are a few things you need to keep in mind before doing so.
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Although as a parent you cannot protect your children from everything, there are certain things you can do to protect your children during the separation and divorce period.
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Without the advice of an experienced family law attorney, you will not know if the separation agreement you are contemplating entering into with your spouse is fair to you.
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While separating and divorcing can be emotionally and financially difficult for all couples, those who have been married for many years and are approaching retirement (or are already retired) potentially face more complicated and pressing financial issues and should be especially careful that their financial needs are addressed in the legal process. 
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The majority of family law cases are resolved through settlement where parties reach a compromise at some point in their case. The most familiar method of doing so is through Mediation where parties meet with a neutral person whose main goal is to negotiate a middle ground.
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Divorce is a stressful process and so is determining who will have custody of your children. Think before you post something negative about someone else. While it may help relieve imminent angst, it may come back to harm you in the long run.
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Ending a marriage can be incredibly traumatic and emotional.When you are sad and grieving the loss of your marriage, it can be difficult to at the same time be supportive of your child’s relationship with the other parent.
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