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  • Filing for Sole Custody in North Carolina
    Filing for Sole Custody in North Carolina

    If you feel your ex-partner is not suited to share equal involvement in your child’s life, you might have considered filing for sole custody. Doing so can give you the opportunity to ensure your child ...

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  • 5 Factors That Affect Child Custody Rulings
    5 Factors That Affect Child Custody Rulings

    Child custody is an often hard-fought issue between two parents during divorce. This is because each parent values time with their children and wants to have as much of it as possible. Time-sharing, ...

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  • 4 Common Child Custody Myths
    4 Common Child Custody Myths

    When it comes to family law matters that often intersect with divorce , few are more complicated and as full of misinformation as child custody . For obvious reasons, people may try to seek out all of ...

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  • Are Fathers Responsible for Child Support After Accidental Pregnancies?
    Are Fathers Responsible for Child Support After Accidental Pregnancies?

    When it comes to unplanned pregnancies, we are all familiar with “the woman’s right to choose,” but mothers can make choices that fathers disagree with. When this happens, fathers are still required ...

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  • How Does a Domestic Violence Restraining Order Affect Child Custody?
    How Does a Domestic Violence Restraining Order Affect Child Custody?

    Child custody matters can cause a lot of stress and strain close relationships between family members; however, custody issues that require a protective order can be even more overwhelming. When one ...

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  • How Do You Enforce a Child Custody Order in North Carolina?
    How Do You Enforce a Child Custody Order in North Carolina?

    In an ideal world, once a family law dispute has been settled, both parties would honor their court-ordered obligations. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. If your ex-spouse violated a child ...

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