Child Custody

For parents who are newly divorced and are splitting custody, holidays can be an especially complicated time, as it is likely that both parents want to spend the holiday with their child. While a Raleigh child custody lawyer can help you to resolve disputes about with whom your child will spend holidays,…

When a couple makes the decision to dissolve their marriage, it will not necessarily be done on the most amicable of terms. Many divorce settlements are difficult to resolve or are hotly contested, exacerbating what may be an already volatile situation. When children are involved, emotions can run high and all…

Adoption has changed drastically in the past 20 years. Not only are more domestic adoptions now handled in an open manner, but the Internet has come to play a role in almost every step of the adoption process. Positive Changes from the Web The Internet has had a powerful effect…

November is National Adoption Month, when many organizations and government agencies celebrate adoptive families and raise awareness of the need for more families to adopt children, particularly those in foster care. If you are considering adding a child to your family through adoption, you may be wondering what options are available…

The U.S. Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act, but its effects won’t be felt immediately in North Carolina. The law, also referred to as DOMA, denied federal health, tax and pension benefits to married same-sex couples in states that allow gay marriage. The high court ruled that…

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The following is a guest post from The Cantor Law Group of Phoenix, AZ. Couples with children do not have the luxury of distance after a divorce. Providing a stable and safe environment for your children requires a great deal of cooperation. Effective co-parenting begins with these tips. Focus Your children…