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Decisions on child custody -- what is best for the children

When a couple decides to file for divorce and there are children involved, it is inevitable that the divorce will affect the children in some way or another.  Children are often seen as the victims of divorce because of the many ways in which they can be negatively affected. Fortunately, these effects can be minimized if North Carolina parents and their lawyers always remember that in every matter concerning the children, such as child custody decisions, the best interests of the children involved must be the first priority.

Important decisions to be made concerning child custody

When a couple decides to call it quits and file for divorce, they are faced with many important decisions.  When the divorce involves minor children, things become more complex. Decisions about child custody and visitation, as well as child support, have to be agreed upon by North Carolina parents in the midst of divorce.

Options for resolving parenting time disputes on Halloween

Halloween is likely one of a child’s favorite days of the year. Think about it; how many times during the year can you dress up to be someone (or something) else, and have people give you candy because of it? Yes, Halloween is once again upon us, and kids will be canvassing neighborhoods throughout Greensboro in search of candy.

Apps that can make co-parenting easier

Technology has made our lives easier in so many facets, it is certainly plausible that it can make post-divorce life simpler as well. After all, many parents struggle with the beginnings of a new life without the other parent, so they may end up trying to do many things on their own that they did not have to be responsible for while they were married. As such, there are many time-saving apps that new divorcees, as well as potential divorcees, should be aware of. We will share them through this post.

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