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Don’t let exposure to parental substance abuse harm your kid

Children are incredibly fragile. That might leave you on edge when your child custody and visitation is in dispute. A…

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Common misconceptions about expungement

Expungement allows individuals to remove certain offenses or convictions from their criminal records. However, individuals who want a new start…

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What can you do if your ex isn’t following a custody order?

When your ex-spouse fails to comply with a custody order, it can create a challenging situation. Violations can take various…

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Ways to minimize the emotional impact of divorce on your child

Divorce is a challenging experience for a family, with children being particularly vulnerable to the emotional impact of the separation.…

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How do courts verify parental alienation allegations?

When making child custody arrangements, courts often serve as advocates of the involved child, especially if there are circumstances that…

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The requirements for an ignition interlock device in North Carolina

In North Carolina, there are five levels of punishment for drivers convicted of driving while intoxicated (DWI). With level five…

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Why it can be a mistake to quickly agree to a custody schedule

When it comes to divorce and custody arrangements, agreeing to a schedule right away may seem like a practical decision.…

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North Carolina’s open container laws care about the type of container

It’s not just a crime in North Carolina to drive while intoxicated (DWI); it’s also an offense to have an…

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Understanding the Zero Tolerance policy

Driving while impaired (DWI) is a criminal offense with serious consequences in North Carolina. Those convicted can expect a bevy…

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Is delaying child custody hearings an option in North Carolina?

Working to resolve a child custody case can be stressful, especially when you’re trying to negotiate terms with your spouse…

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Credit card fraud is a two-part criminal offense

Thanks to the convenience of credit cards, people can easily buy expensive items. Using cards also means you don’t have…

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Are you committing an offense by tampering with an antishoplifting tag?

Antishoplifting measures come in all shapes and forms. They could take the form of electronic or RFID-based tags, which trigger…

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