Articles Tagged with Child custody

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By Autumn Byas, Gorman Law Firm Paralegal Intern.

La importancia de saber negociar

By Autumn Byas, Gorman Law Firm Paralegal Intern.

When you think of qualities a good attorney will have, what do you think of?  Personally, I think of a good attorney as someone who will have the following qualities:

  • Professionalism

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El Centro Hispano Foundation Presents:

The First Saturday Workshop Series:

FAMILY LAW,TRAFFIC, and TAX

Across the nation, grandparents are playing an increasingly important role in the lives of their grandchildren. According to the U.S. Census, in the United States, more than 2.6 million children live in homes where the grandparents are the head of the household and responsible for their grandchildren. (AARP “GrandFacts”)

In North Carolina, over 90,000 children live in such homes. (AARP “GrandFacts”)

Despite the high number of grandparents raising grandchildren in our state, grandparents have limited rights under North Carolina Law to seek custody or visitation of their grandchildren under North Carolina laws.

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