FAQ

Can I move before modifying child custody? *The short answer is yes, however, it is not in your best interest to do so as moving before modifying child custody can result in the other parent gaining emergency custody of your child. It is in your best interest to seek...

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The Ease of Using Zoom to Meet with Your Attorney

Sometimes, an in-person meeting is ideal, but for one reason or another, going to your attorney’s office or to a meeting place together just isn’t possible. In the past, this might have meant discussing matters over the phone, or cancelling the meeting altogether. Fortunately, now there are other options.

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What if my ex violates a court order?

A person who violates a court order involving custody, child support, visitation, alimony and other family law issues can be found in contempt of court and face jail time for such a violation.

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Civil procedure in North Carolina divorces

Filing for divorce in the state of North Carolina can be a cumbersome process because of the complexities that guide the process. Civil procedure tells us the “who,” “what,” “when,” “where,” and “how” of litigation proceedings.

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