Many parents have questions about whether they can move out of North Carolina with their children when they are divorced. This is a complicated issue that requires considering a lot of factors when making a decision to move. Here are some things to keep in mind when determining whether or not you can move out… Read More
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The holidays can be one of the most difficult times for parents and children following separation and divorce. Getting used to splitting holidays can cause some turmoil for both the child(ren) and parents of separated families. These are tough waters to navigate, especially if the separation was recent, or if this is the first holiday… Read More
There is no defined set of custody schedules that must be adhered to when determining what works best for each individual family. A custody schedule should be determined based on the needs of the child(ren), the parents’ schedules and availability, the location of each parent relative to each other and the child(ren)’s school/daycare, and the… Read More
In Divorce and Family Law cases we are frequently asked if someone is allowed to sue the person who slept with their spouse. In this article we examine the laws surrounding these claims.
In this video blog we examine whether grandparents have custody and visitation rights in North Carolina.
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In this short VLOG we discuss the grounds for divorce in North Carolina and what it means to be “separated”.
During this strenuous time, a family law attorney from Emblem Legal will help you find a resolution that you can feel good about.
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In NC abandonment is very rare, but here we will discuss what it is, or isn’t, and how it could impact your divorce.