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November 2017 Archives

Custodial mothers and fathers with child support payments

For custodial parents in North Carolina, there are a number of ways that a child support enforcement agency might try to get a parent to pay support. There was an increase in child support collections from $21 billion to $31.6 billion from 2001 to 2012.

Is co-parenting possible after abusive marriages?

Some marriages in North Carolina are violent. After parents leave violent marriages, they may be concerned about co-parenting their children with their ex-spouses. Researchers recently looked at co-parenting during the first year following the divorces of those whose marriages had been violent.

Custody during school breaks: How to avoid a conflict

School breaks are a lot of fun for kids, but for divorced parents, the extra stress of having a child home all day for several days in a row easily becomes a concern. Parents need to work, but at the same time, they must be there for their children. That's part of what makes school breaks so difficult.

Changes in law could affect alimony amounts

North Carolina residents that are considering divorce and might need to negotiate alimony might be affected by a proposed change in the law that could affect payment amounts. The changes relate to the provision that allows those who pay alimony to claim the amount as a deduction while the receivers must include it as income.

A parenting plan can help keep divorced dads connected

Many North Carolina dads headed toward divorce are particularly worried about losing their close connection to their children. In fact, some stay in marriages that they otherwise would have left long before in order to protect their relationships with their kids. While divorce can be a daunting time for everyone involved, it does not have to mean a reduced relationship or closeness with one's children.

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