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  • How to Pursue Sole Custody of Your Children
    How to Pursue Sole Custody of Your Children

    During a divorce, issues of child custody can be heavily disputed, especially when one parent is seeking sole custody. In North Carolina, custody is decided based on the best interest of the child and ...

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  • How to Pursue Joint Custody of Your Children
    How to Pursue Joint Custody of Your Children

    In North Carolina, decisions regarding child custody are made based on the “best interest of the child” standard. As it is generally agreed upon that the active involvement of both parents can greatly ...

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  • Do Circumstances Have to Change for Both Parties to Modify Child Support?
    Do Circumstances Have to Change for Both Parties to Modify Child Support?

    When child support agreements are established after a divorce finalizes, hopefully both parents feel financially stable and their children are able to live happily and with good health. This, of ...

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  • Differences between North Carolina and South Carolina divorce law: 4-part series
    Differences between North Carolina and South Carolina divorce law: 4-part series

    By Lindsey Sink Dasher, Family Law Attorney licensed in both North Carolina and South Carolina For many residents of our area, driving back and forth between North and South Carolina is a daily ...

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  • How to handle fear during divorce
    How to handle fear during divorce

    By: Leigh B. Sellers, NC Board Certified Specialist in Family Law Licensed in North and South Carolina Fear can affect your divorce in numerous ways. Admittedly, there is a lot to be afraid of when ...

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  • Supporting People Through a Divorce
    Supporting People Through a Divorce

    It happens too often. Friends, co-workers, neighbors or family members are suddenly separated and beginning the process of a divorce. What should you do? 1. Don’t disappear. People need to see some ...

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