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Does North Carolina allow grandparent visitation?

Grandparents may struggle to maintain a relationship with their grandchildren if the parents divorce. In other cases, one or both parents may prevent a relationship with the grandparents. North Carolina grandparents in a situation like this may have grounds to seek...

When will a court open a juvenile case?

Because children are dependent on adults for so much in their lives and lack the agency to escape an abusive situation, they need special help if their parents become abusive or neglectful towards them. In these circumstances, Child Protective Services will ask a...

Know how long alimony payments will last

When people divorce, one spouse may need to pay alimony. People may wonder how long they will need to make these payments. According to FindLaw, courts award alimony so that people can maintain the standard of living they had during the marriage. Ex-spouses may not...

Warning signs a spouse may be hiding assets

Infidelity has led to the irrevocable breakdown of many marriages over the years. Spouses should know that infidelity in a marriage can take many forms. It does not always relate to romantic or physical relationships with other people. Financial infidelity threatens...

What is parental alienation?

Divorce may bring out the worst in people, especially when trying to vie for children's affection. For some, it develops into a competition that rises to the level of parental alienation. When one parent psychologically manipulates children into turning on the other,...

How a guardian ad litem can help an abused child

Sometimes a child does not receive proper care at home from parents or caregivers. If a child is suffering from abuse or neglect and is not of legal age, the child may have no one to turn to for help. This is where the government may step in, appointing someone to...

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