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What is parallel parenting?

Some divorces end with the ex-spouses on good terms with each other. Others do not end as well. If you are on acrimonious terms with your ex-spouse and you have a joint custody order for your child, this may seem more like punishment as compared to a decision the...

How unwed fathers can claim custodial rights

For fathers going through a North Carolina divorce, custody matters are among the issues typically addressed. However, if you and your child’s mother were not married before you split, spending time with your child can become challenging if your ex refuses visitation....

How can I deal with parental alienation?

One of the most challenging aspects of divorce is dealing with child-rearing issues. Even with a solid parenting plan in place, it is often difficult to form a united front with your ex-spouse. This is especially true when your ex tries to turn your child against you....

Child custody talks need not be in person

If parents have a contentious relationship, it can intensify the stress of their divorce. While some parents in North Carolina are able to get along peacefully and, perhaps, even attend functions together, such as school plays or holiday parties, others can barely be...

Avoid these child custody arguments

North Carolina married couples who have children really have their work cut out for them if they decide to file for divorce. No matter what issues have transpired between spouses, good parents want what is best for their kids. If the two parents in question happen to...