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23 Oct
If your custody case is filled with conflict and you believe your child’s wishes are not being heard by the judge, you have options. In Wake County, The Child’s Advocate can be a voice for your child. This article will explore what...
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21 Aug
Child neglect is a serious accusation. In North Carolina, if a child is neglected, the state will take measures to protect the child. But what does it mean for a child to be neglected? In North Carolina, a child is neglected if...
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31 Jul
When considering physical custody of your children, there’s almost an endless number of different schedules to choose from. If you and the other parent can reach an agreement without going to trial, you can use whichever schedule works best for your situation....
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