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November 2018 Archives

Establishing paternity as an unmarried father

In North Carolina, an unmarried mother has sole legal and physical custody of a child when the child is born. Even if the unmarried mother and father are together, the man has no legal rights over the child without establishing paternity. An unmarried father will have to establish paternity if he wants custody or visitation time with the child.

Building a solid foundation for co-parenting with a plan

Making the transition from being married to being divorced and potentially on your own is not easy, especially for parents. However, many parents strive to ease that transition by committing to working together to raise their children, even after divorce.

3 reasons to re-think informal modifications to a custody order

Parents who share custody of a child know that flexibility can be crucial from time to time. There might be last-minute changes to a pick-up schedule or an isolated instance where parents agree to extend one person's parenting time for a week. Being flexible can be in everyone's best interest and keep a co-parenting arrangement amicable.

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