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Inmates now allowed to file motions to modify child support

Inmates in North Carolina prisons may be able to file motions to modify their child support amounts under new rules that have been unveiled by the Obama administration. The rules mandate that states let inmates who are incarcerated for six months or more to file motions to reduce their child support amounts while they are in custody.

How to focus on a child's well-being during the holidays

For divorced North Carolina parents and their children, the holidays can be especially stressful. Since family time is important during the holidays, it may be difficult to create a child custody schedule for this time of year. However, what is most important is that the child is given a sense of security and stability.

What are the penalties for neglecting to pay child support?

When a parent in North Carolina fails to pay child support, he or she may face several penalties. Child support is meant to help provide for the care and upbringing of children, and both of a child's parents are expected to contribute financially to their child.

Relocation poses unique challenges for split families

Although North Carolina parents may start off their post-divorce lives fully intending to stay close to each other for their children's sake, this doesn't always last. Parents can decide to relocate to be with new partners or for other reasons, and when they do, they might run into problems.

Ex-NFL player owes nearly $400,000 in back child support

North Carolina NFL fans may have heard of ex-New Orleans Saints player Robert Meachem. On Nov. 28, a judge in New Orleans issued a preliminary ruling ordering Meachem to pay his ex-wife almost $400,000 for back child support and alimony. According to the judge, Meachem is in contempt of court for failing to adhere to the child support order that was issued over the summer.

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