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Child Custody Archives

Four tips for deciding custody out-of-court

In North Carolina, family courts generally prefer divorcing parents to establish a custody agreement for themselves, outside of court. This allows parents to make their decision based on what is best for their family. After all, they understand their family's needs better than any family court could.

Do's and don'ts: Talking to your child after divorce

The legal process of a divorce is to help spouses end their relationship as smoothly as possible. However, the last thing that either spouse wants is for their relationship with their children to dissipate as well. Divorce is difficult for both parents and children and it can cause strain in a family's relationships.

How opioid abuse is leading to more grandparent caregiving

The "traditional" American family doesn't look quite the same as it used to. As just one example, consider the fact that in many households, grandparents are taking on the role of primary caregiver to their grandchildren (rather than an being an extra set of eyes or frequent babysitter).

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