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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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  • Termination of Parental Rights in NC
    Termination of Parental Rights in NC

    Grounds to Terminate Parental Rights in NC Termination of parental rights (TPR) can occur voluntarily or involuntarily. In both cases, it’s important for parents to recognize that TPR ends the legal ...

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  • Relocation After Divorce in North Carolina
    Relocation After Divorce in North Carolina

    After divorce , it is not uncommon for the custodial parent to move to another town, city, or state to start a new life with his/her child. However, the moving parent cannot relocate with the child ...

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  • 5 Reasons a Judge Will Change Custody
    5 Reasons a Judge Will Change Custody

    Court orders always feel final. Fortunately, our judicial system understands that life changes frequently and unexpectedly, and judges may modify orders if that is what is fair and ...

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