LEGAL GUIDE
Written by attorney Bill Whittaker | May 14, 2018

MODIFYING and ENFORCING ANOTHER STATE’S ORDER IN NORTH CAROLINA

At certain times of the year a child of separated parents often spends a significant amount of time with the non-custodial parent. On some occasions, the non-custodial parent will not send the child back to the custodial parent. This can occur for various reasons: real or imagined shortcomings in parenting on the part of the custodial parent, the non-custodial parent wanting to spend more time with the child or a desire to modify or terminate child support obligations to the custodial parent. If the parents reside in different states this can result in various issues and problems

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This is a complicated area of the law with many legal complexities which need to be considered in determining which court in which state controls. The experienced family law attorneys at Weaver, Bennett & Bland, P.A. can help you navigate these interstate custodial waters. Contact us today to set up your confidential consultation.

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