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Why you should fight for the custody schedule you want

If you are going throw a rough divorce or engaging in a bitter custody battle with your ex-partner in North Carolina, you may be ready to say and do anything to put an end to the struggle. Your child’s other parent might not be cooperating with you and trying to make things difficult. No matter how challenging you may feel your situation is, do not blindly or prematurely agree to a custody schedule. 

3 factors that affect child custody decisions

One issue that you may not think about right away when filing for a divorce is child custody. Many people in North Carolina assume that the courts will give them primary custody of their kids just because they ask for it. Little do they realize that the courts use many factors to determine which parent children are better off with. 

North Carolina statutes give grandparents visitation options

Grandparents can be an important fixture in the life of a child. Grandparents love and nurture their grandchildren. The bond between grandparent and grandchild can be really special. If you are a grandparent and your child is separating from their partner, you may worry about your relationship with your grandchild.

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