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If you need a protective order, you need an attorney

Marriages end for a variety of reasons. Sometimes, in an amicable separation, both parties can agree to mediation or an uncontested divorce, eschewing the need for attorneys. If there has been a history of physical, emotional, financial or sexual abuse in your marriage, the best way to protect yourself is to hire an experienced divorce attorney. He or she understands what evidence helps, as well as the hearings and filings required to obtain a protective order.

Custody rights for unmarried fathers

North Carolina fathers who are not married to the mothers of their children and who want legal custody or visitation rights may have to begin by establishing paternity. If there is not a dispute about paternity, the parents can do this by signing an affidavit of parentage. If there is a dispute, however,, a paternity test may be necessary.

Child custody trial underway for Uma Thurman and ex

North Carolinians might be interested in the child custody trial that recently got underway in New York between actress Uma Thurman and her ex-fiance, Arpad Busson. The former couple is battling over the daughter they share together, who is 4 years old.

Putting kids first in a divorce

People who are going through divorces in North Carolina may wish that they could avoid seeing their exes for the rest of their lives. However, if divorcing individuals have children, they will probably have to continue seeing their exes on a regular basis. For the sake of the children, it may also be necessary for divorced parents to try to maintain an amicable relationship with their exes.

Sarah Palin's son in another child custody battle

North Carolina residents may remember media reports in January 2015 concerning Sarah Palin's oldest son Track. At that time, he was charged with assaulting his girlfriend Jordan Loewe following an alcohol-fueled domestic dispute on the same day that his mother faced the cameras to give her support to Donald Trump's presidential bid, and he is now making headlines again.

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