As is the case with just about any court order or judgment, a custody and parenting time order is only good to the extent that parents are willing to follow it.
Unlike many other states, North Carolina does not have any special law when it comes to single parents who have to move either out of state or even to another part of North Carolina, which can be hundreds of miles from Statesville.
Although having to move is a part of life that many residents of Statesville, North Carolina, will probably have to experience at some point, the process is never easy.
A previous post on this blog discussed the possible criminal charges and punishments a Statesville, North Carolina, resident can face if he or she is found to have committed domestic violence.
Traffic tickets are not something to ignore and may be something the accused individual wishes to fight. There are a number of reasons to challenge a traffic ticket including reasons related to the potential consequences of a traffic ticket such as fees and increased insurance rates. Traffic tickets can be issued for a range of traffic violations including for speeding and running red lights.
When a child custody arrangement no longer works, parents may need to request a child custody modification from the family law court. There are a variety of reasons why a child custody agreement may need to be modified but the family law court will always seek to do what is in the best interests of the child. If the child is in danger, for instance, the family law court may modify a child custody order and will seek to determine if there is domestic violence in the home, if the danger is immediate and if the child has expressed a desire not to be in the home.
During a divorce, child custody is important to both parents and may be a prominent concern on the minds of both parents and the family. The child custody decree will include provisions for who the child will live with and visitation provisions for the parent that does not have physical custody of the child. It is important to keep in mind that what is in the best interests of the child is always the guiding principle governing child custody determinations.