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Fathers have options when seeking custody of their children

For fathers in North Carolina, facing separation from their children following a divorce or a split can be deeply painful. However, it's important for fathers to know that they have the right to seek child custody or visitation, regardless of whether they were married to their child's mother. Academic studies have repeatedly shown that, absent evidence of abuse or other mistreatment, children benefit greatly from the involvement of both of their parents in their lives.

Child support lawsuit filed against Miguel Cabrera

North Carolina fans of baseball player Miguel Cabrera may not know that he has been paying child support to a woman in Florida since 2013. Cabrera, who has been married since 2002, has kept the relationship private, but the woman has filed a lawsuit against him alleging that he has reduced the amount of child support he owes to $6,400 per month after helping her buy a home. The woman says the amount is not enough to meet her expenses.

When wages are garnished for child support

Some North Carolina employees may be among those whose wages are being garnished for child support payments. On Sept. 27, the ADP Research Institute released a study that was based on date from 12 million workers. The study found that 7 percent of workers have had their wages garnished, and most of those garnishments were for child support.

Support issues after a divorce

North Carolina couples who are ending their marriage often have to make difficult decisions about asset division and ongoing maintenance payments. These issues can become even more challenging if they have children.

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